Student Information Session
Friday, January 20, 2017
Prillaman Hall Indoor Plaza
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Students are invited to attend this information session and learn about the 10 Kennesaw State education abroad programs in 2017 traveling to Montepulciano, Italy.
As Vice-Provost for Global Affairs and Chief International Officer at KSU, I invite you to join KSU’s Division of Global Affairs, affiliated KSU faculty and KSU’s partners throughout the University System of Georgia as we work to build new opportunities for Education Abroad in Montepulciano, Italy.
Building on highly successful study abroad programs in Montepulciano, KSU is working with departments, colleges, and universities across the State of Georgia to create innovative education abroad opportunities for our students and for the communities we serve. These new opportunities will include traditional faculty-led study abroad programs, student internships with Italian businesses, and symposia and leadership training workshops for business and civic leaders from the State of Georgia and Italy.
Whether you are student or a faculty member, I invite you to explore our existing programs.
If you represent an institution, I encourage you to consider joining our consortium of schools. Current members include Georgia Southern University, Georgia College and State University, Valdosta State University, and Georgia Highlands, as well as Kennesaw State University.
If you are an alumnus of one of our programs or would like to donate to our scholarship fund, I invite you to become a “Friend of Montepulciano.”
Please, get involved and join us in Italy!
- Dr. Lance Askildson, Vice-Provost for Global Affairs and Chief International Officer at KSU
Kenneth W. Hill, M.A.
Site Manager, KSU Programs in Tuscany
Division of Global Affairs
AASCU Global Engagement Scholar
Antica Fortezza Poliziana,
Montepulciano, Italy 53045
Kennesaw State University