TAMIU Reading the Globe Students
|TAMIU Students Travel to Turkey
A group of 14 Texas A&M International University students will travel to Turkey this Spring Break as part of TAMIU’s “Reading the Globe” Program. Students participating in the study-travel project are, left to right, front: Annette Lara, Jessica Gómez, Rocio Cavazos, Laura González, Gabriella Castillo, Dim Siam and Naomi Cortina. Back row, left to right: Esteban Vargas, Juan Carlos Nava, Lorena Abrego, Christian Nielsen, Sergio Bernal and Hector González-Cantú.
Highlights of the groups’ study-travel will include Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia and the Grand Bazaar; the Princess Islands, the World War II Battlefields of the Gallipoli Peninsula, the Dardenelles, the Archaeological Museum of the Ephesus Ruins, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Hierapolis, the Silk Market of Bursa and a cruise along the Bosporus, the strait that forms part of the boundary between Europe and Asia.
Students participating in the study-travel project are Lorena Abrego, Sergio Bernal, Carlos Calderon, Hector Gonzalez-Cantu, Gabriella Castillo, Rocio Cavazos, Naomi Cortina, Jessica Gomez, Laura Gonzalez, Annette Lara, Juan Carlos Nava, Christian Nielsen, Dim Siam and Esteban Vargas.
This is the fifth TAMIU student group in the “Reading the Globe” program. Previous study-travel sites have included Poland, Ghana, Cambodia and Chile.
Student impressions and galleries of previous trips are archived at tamiu.edu/spotlightFor more information on future “Reading the Globe” programming or opportunities to assist the program, please contact Hickey at 326.2801, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit offices in the Senator Judith Zaffirini Student Success Center, Suite 223.
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