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We think the IES Abroad professors, local faculty who teach at our Centers around the world, are incredible academics and incredible people. But don’t just take our word for it. Hear from our alumni about their favorite IES Abroad professors.

Meet Lori Tharps (IES Abroad Salamanca 1992-93 | Smith College), Author, Journalist, and Associate Professor of Journalism at Temple University.

Our IES Abroad Correspondents share their experiences within the LGBTQ+ community around the world.

Study abroad is “me time” to the max – from choosing your study abroad program, to crossing activities and travel destinations off your bucket list. You get to set the course for how your study abroad narrative will pan out. However, studying abroad allows you to redefine your concept of "me time" as you engage with the global community.

We’re excited to have 34 Correspondents contribute their writing, photos, videos, and other creative projects with you this summer on IES Abroad Blogs.

Our Rome Program Advisor Chelsea Kuchik shares her advice on navigating your first days in your new host city of Rome.

The IES Abroad Study Abroad Film Festival finalist, “I Spy” has been voted the Innovative Student Video winner of GoAbroad’s 2018 Innovation Awards, and we’re also the winner of the Innovation in Marketing & Digital Media for our IES Abroad Film Festival Event.

We’re excited to announce that IES Abroad is represented twice on the shortlist of finalists for the PIEoneer Awards, recognizing Dr. Mary M. Dwyer, our President & CEO and our 2017 Study Abroad Film Festival event.

Chelsea Kuchik, IES Abroad Program Advisor, recently visited Siena and accompanied our study abroad students on a course-related trip. Read her account of the tasty language-learning experience.

Thank you for helping us reach 1 million views on YouTube! With more than a thousand videos from all over the world, our YouTube channel helps you visualize your study abroad experience well before your flight takes off.

Whether she's giving a TEDxTalk in Paris or teaching in her IES Abroad classroom in Nice, Professor Christine Alfsen is asking people to think critically about how we connect with our natural environments.

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