January 5, 2015– Eight King's College students are studying in foreign countries for academic credit during the spring semester.
John Conway and Victoria Solomon will study at The University of Manchester in England. Conway is a junior majoring in general science. Solomon is a sophomore majoring in physical assistant studies.
Rachel Jonas, a junior majoring in history, will study through Academic Programs International at the University of Stirling, Scotland.
Brianna Prince, a junior majoring in political science, has been awarded a full-tuition scholarship through the Irish American Scholars Program to study at Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Megan Ryder will study through IFSA-Butler at Queen Mary University of London, England. She is a junior majoring in English literature.
Jessica Rodriguez, a junior majoring in marketing and international business, will study at the University of College Dublin in Ireland.
Rachel Vidmusky and Brielle Warren will study at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy. Vidmusky is a junior majoring in early childhood education. Warren is a junior majoring in mass communications.
To learn more about King’s students study abroad experiences, visit the Study Abroad Blog at http://kingsstudyabroad.wordpress.com/. For more information, contact Megan Borsuk, director of study abroad, at 208-5986.
King’s students studying under the College’s Study Abroad program are, seated from left: Rachel Vidmusky, Brielle Warren, Rachel Jonas, and Victoria Solomon. Standing: Megan Borsuk, director of study abroad; Megan Ryder; John Conway; Brianna Prince; and Jessica Rodriguez.