Shenandoah University: Guided Experiential Learning / GEL

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Shenandoah University

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Faculty and staff from around Shenandoah University plan Guided Experiential Learning (GEL) trips throughout the academic year, often in January or May. These short-term trips involve hands-on, guided learning with faculty experts and allow studen... read more

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One thing we had our eyes opened to was the situation between Macedonia and Greece, turmoil-wise. They have semi-similar languages, similar histories, and used to be part of the same country. Currently they are in dispute over if Alexander the Great was Macedonian or Greek. If you tell Macedonians or Greeks that you have been or... - Shenandoah University View Entire Review
My study abroad was absolutely worthwhile. Not only did it open my mind to new ideas and experiences, it changed me as a person and made me evaluate what is really important in my life. My trip has inspired me to change some of my career goals. I've always wanted to be the artistic director of my own dance company, now I would l... - Shenandoah University View Entire Review

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Faculty and staff from around Shenandoah University plan Guided Experiential Learning (GEL) trips throughout the academic year, often in January or May. These short-term trips involve hands-on, guided learning with faculty experts and allow students to earn three credits in a specific field. 

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