Oct 13, 2014
Aneesa Ahmed found an "unspoken reassurance" in London's Underground system.
"Being in a new city is all at once exhilarating and terrifying. You'd think that you'd get the hang of it after the first city — after the first time you lose your group while walking around some piazza or turning a corner and suddenly you're at the river when you could have sworn it was way over there. Well, you'd be wrong. Letting yourself get lost is all a part of the abroad experience, as much as studying and classes are."
So begins Lake Forest College student Aneesa Ahmed's reflection on finding the key to experiencing a city during a semester she spent exploring two remarkable European cities — London and Florence.
Ahmed was one of 35 students who contributed photos and short essays to the ACM London & Florence Program's Gallery of Student Images and Writing during the spring 2014 semester. Read the article
Faculty Development and Grants Team Connects People, Campuses, and Resources Oct 3, 2014
- Brian Williams, Rashida Walker, and Ed Finn have been visiting campuses, planning conferences and RFPs, and reaching out to faculty and instructional technologists.
New Off-Campus Program Opens Shanghai to ACM Students Sep 10, 2014
- Program's curriculum will give students from a wide variety of majors the opportunity to explore their interests in the context of contemporary China.
Luther Professor Feels at Home Leading the Botswana Program Jul 3, 2014
- Historian Richard Mtisi will share his lifelong experience and deep knowledge of Southern Africa with ACM students in spring 2015.
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