Ten King's College students are studying or interning during the summer in foreign countries for academic credit.
Maritza Arias, Macawley Brown, Alanna Cosgrove, Kelsey Crehan, Carlee Komoroski, Yarisa Polanco, and Andrew Vera are studying in Seville, Spain, through Spanish Studies Abroad.
Antonia Camera is studying in the Celes Maya Spanish Language Immersion Program in Quelzallenango, Guatemala. Julia King is studying in Paris, France, at L’ Institut de Langue et de Culture Francaises de L’Universite Catholique de Paris, through the American Institute for Foreign Study. Monika Williams is conducting computational chemistry research during the prestigious DAAD RISE Research and Engineering Internship in Marburg, Germany.
Arias is a senior majoring in mass communications. Brown, a senior majoring in Spanish and secondary education, has been awarded the James Le Baron Boyle Study Abroad Scholarship through King’s College to apply toward her program of study in Spain. Cosgrove is a junior majoring in psychology and Spanish. Crehan is a junior majoring in early childhood education. Komoroski, a senior majoring in physician assistant studies and Spanish, has been awarded the Marjorie Neusch Massey Memorial Study Abroad Scholarship through King’s College to apply toward her program of study in Spain. Polanco is a junior majoring in psychology and Spanish. Vera is a sophomore majoring in physician assistant studies.
Camera is in the Post Baccalaureate Certification Program majoring in Spanish and Secondary Education. King is a sophomore majoring in biology. Williams is a senior majoring in chemistry.
To learn more about King’s students study abroad experiences, visit the Study Abroad Blog at http://kingsstudyabroad.wordpress.com/. For more information on the Study Abroad Program, contact Mollie Farmer, director, at 208-5986.
King’s College is a Catholic College sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross.
King’s students studying this summer under the King’s College Study Abroad program are, seated from left: Alanna Cosgrove, Macawley Brown, Monika Williams, and Kelsey Crehan. Standing: Mollie Farmer, director of the study abroad program; Yarisa Polanco; Maritza Arias; Andrew Vera; Carlee Komoroski, and Julia King. Absent from photo: Antonia Camera.