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Tails from Abroad: IUP Hawks talk about transformations through travel.

Tails from Abroad: IUP Hawks talk about transformations through travel.

By IUP Hawks Abroad
Indiana University of Pennsylvania students, staff, faculty, and friends share stories about time spent abroad. What about their time abroad has changed their life? What insights do they have now from their experiences? What is it about their story that will inspire you? Come listen and laugh with us as we discover how much we have in common and how travel has impacted our everyday life.

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Tails from Abroad: IUP Hawks talk about transformations through travel.

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MARVETA RYAN-SAMS
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LINDA JENNINGS
How did this artist end up in Thailand? List as we hear what she believes is the universal language that helps us all communicate. BONUS: hear the Litton Quartet recording on the show! Not sure who they are? Listen here and you'll be an instant fan!  Listen (AFTER THIS PODCAST!!) to the IUP Music Department: www.youtube.com and subscribe to the IUP Music Channel - guaranteed to make your day better! 
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24:45
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DAWN SMITH-SHERWOOD
Listen as this Spanish Professor talks about her first overseas experience and subsequent trips to Spain.  What brought her to tears while walking 500 miles across Spain? Hint: It wasn't the shoes. What is her favorite place to visit and on her must-visit list?  The answer might surprise you!  
27:37
September 22, 2020
MICHELE PETRUCCI
What experience from her young adulthood does this world traveler think about every time she travels abroad? How do you become a Senior International Officer and how do you "Internationalize" at home? Come along as we chat briefly with this long time traveler about her experiences.  
31:32
September 21, 2020
HENRY WEBB
What didn't he have the guts to do?  Listen as this backpacker-turned-Law Professor tells stories about living and working abroad.  Henry Webb, a university professor of Business Law, talks about getting the travel bug and how he lived in Vietnam and Qatar and his various other international travels.  Listen to find out what's next for him and how you can follow his projects.  
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September 11, 2020
FRANCIS ALLARD
Francis Allard, an archaeologist who holds degrees in anthropology, biology, and museum studies,  talks about his time traveling and studying around the world. His research focuses on the archaeology of East Asia.  He's also traveled to Asia with IUP students on numerous occasions.  Just what is under those stone piles in Mongolia? Come along and find out! 
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