Highlights  

Study Abroad Fair!

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Time: 1pm - 4pm (CUB MPRA)

New International Studies Major!

Requirements
Advising Form 
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Recent articles:

Goldbach receives Fulbright award for teaching assistantship in Malaysia


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Contact Information

CUB 221-B 
Phone: 717-477-1907
Email: ism@ship.edu   

Dr. Jonathan Skaff 

Director of International Studies 

tel: (717) 477-1255
Fax: (717) 477-4062
Office Hours:

MW 3:15pm - 4:00pm (DHC 215) By appointment

TTh 1:00 - 3:15 (CUB 221B) (4th Tues. of month 1pm-1:50pm)

Cathy Mills
Secretary
Dean's Office (DHC 225)
M-F 8am-4:30pm
717-477-1151  x3210
cjmills@ship.edu 

Chinenye Thomas
Graduate Assistant
CUB 221-C (T,Th 9am - 3pm)
DHC (M 9am-2pm)

Ashley Geckle

Graduate Office Worker 

CUB 221-C (T,Th 9.15am-2:15pm, W 8:45am-2:45pm)



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Study abroad is a fun and exciting way to enhance your education. International Studies comes alive when students visit a cloud forest in Costa Rica, a bazaar in Amman, the Great Wall in Beijing, or the European Parliament in Brussels. International Studies majors and minors are encouraged to study abroad, preferably for a full semester, because the experience is likely to lead to greater academic and professional success. Exposure to a new environment, unexpected situations, and people of a different culture enhances adaptability and deepens transferrable skills including critical thinking, problem solving and foreign language fluency. In the age of globalization, resumes mentioning study abroad are attractive to employers because employees with overseas experience can be trusted to interact with foreign clients, speak foreign languages more fluently, and take assignments requiring travel or living abroad.

Shippensburg International Programs 

PASSHE Sponsored Study Abroad Programs 

PASSHE Faculty-Led Programs Abroad 

Study Abroad in Asia 

HHS China Program 

Middle East 

Arabic Language 

Studying-in-Germany.org

Center for International Learning in Oman