Find us on My Journey!
Students can make a study abroad advising appointment via My Journey. The blue links below will take students to My Journey where they can find Study Abroad Advising options.
Advises for: Europe (Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden), Ireland, the United Kingdom, and all countries in Asia
Liaison to: Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education, Study Abroad Ambassadors
Cami studied abroad in Cape Town, at Cape Technikon (now Cape Peninsula University of Technology), and in China where she also interned with a marketing firm. Cami has also traveled in Germany, Turkey and throughout Southern Africa. She is passionate about language learning and non-traditional locations. Read more.
Advises for: All IES Abroad Programs, Europe (Austria, France, Greece, Italy, Spain--except CWRU in Madrid--and Turkey) and all countries in Africa, the Middle East and South America
Liaison to: Disability Resources, the LGBT Center, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA)
Kevin studied abroad for an academic year as an undergraduate at the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Cuernavaca in Mexico. He also spent his summer breaks during college teaching English in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Prior to starting graduate school, Kevin taught abroad for two years in Madrid, Spain. Kevin has also traveled extensively throughout Mexico and Europe.
Advises for: Australia, New Zealand, and exploring/initial students undecided on faculty-led programs
Liaison to: Faculty-led study abroad program leaders and coordinators
Valerie studied abroad at Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan. Prior to starting graduate school, Valerie spent five years teaching English in Niigata and Tokyo.
Autumn Beechler Stebing
- Advises for: CWRU in Madrid, Exploring/initial students undecided on location or major and/or students who want to do unconventional or petition programs
- Liaison to: CWRU faculty, Navigators
Autumn studied abroad three times in her undergraduate career: a summer program to Mexico City, a semester abroad in the UK, and her last semester abroad in Rio de Janeiro after which she taught abroad for four years in Micronesia, then briefly in Mexico. Autumn has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Southeast Asia and visited CWRU’s study abroad programs in the UK, Netherlands, France, Ireland, Italy, Spain, and South Africa. In fact, she used to advise for them all. Read more.
Short-Term Faculty-Led Study Abroad Courses
Students interested in faculty-led short term CWRU courses abroad (example: winter break, spring break, May term) are required to meet with the program director listed on that program’s application page but are welcome to meet with Valerie Rambin or any other study abroad advisor, as well.
Advisors are also available for drop-in advising every Tuesday and Friday from 12:30 - 2 pm in the Office of Education Abroad, Tomlinson 143 (the Center for International Affairs) and on Thursdays from 2 - 3:30 pm in Sears 409 (the Office of Multicultural Affairs).