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Alumni from Centro Mundolengua programs talk about their academic, personal, professional and intercultural development as a result of studying abroad.   [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/yxJkPbH8yEYOzDjg1T0REddzS4W7AwDCP-WmA0/?taken-by=steph_gamba[/embed] Stephanie Gamba, Christopher Newport University: “When I started college, I hadn’t given much thought to studying abroad.  I used to think I would just travel on my...

Education, for many people, is considered attaining knowledge about facts, dates, numbers, names, etc… and education (in this manner) is first and foremost on the minds of a majority of the world’s population, and is one of the values that every nation strives to perfect...