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EuroScholars students featuring in blogs

Veronica Scott (University of Kentucky / KU Leuven, Spring 2018) : Developing a New Perspective: Why Studying Abroad is Important

Veronica Scott (University of Kentucky / KU Leuven, Spring 2018) : “Dig through WHAT?” : Sustainability in Belgium

Veronica Scott (University of Kentucky / KU Leuven, Spring 2018) : 3 Tips to Make the Most of Research Abroad

Meenal Paul (Rutgers University / University of Geneva, Fall 2017) : La Saga Des Géants in Genéve, Switzerland

Stephen Sanders (Lander University / University of Geneva, Fall 2015) : Flying Machines

Stephen Sanders (Lander University / University of Geneva, Fall 2015) : Twisting Tongues and Mapping History

Avery Nelson (University of Denver / University of Zurich, Fall 2015) : 9 Things you probably didn't know about Zurich

Avery Nelson (University of Denver / University of Zurich, Fall 2015) : Why We Feel [Insert Feeling Here] About Studying Abroad

Hayley Barone (St. Edward’s University / Leiden University, Spring 2015)  : The Top 5 Cultural Differences Between Holland and the US

Hayley Barone (St. Edward’s University / Leiden University, Spring 2015)  : Shockingly smart: electrical brain stimulation for cognitive enhancement

Hayley Barone (St. Edward’s University / Leiden University, Spring 2015) : Beat your way to better concentration

Erin Kurth (Michigan State University / Leiden University, Spring 2019): Amongst Fields of Flowers: Explorations of the Keukenhof Gardens

Erin Kurth (Michigan State University / Leiden University, Spring 2019): Big Experiences in Small Places: a Four Day Journey Through Luxembourg

Erin Kurth (Michigan State University / Leiden University, Spring 2019): Finding Brightness in Winter: Coping with Cold and Clouds While Researching Abroad (A Leiden Perspective)

Alexander Azar (Clark University / KU Leuven, Spring 2019): Great Expectations: Why I left Home to Find Myself

Alexander Azar (Clark University / KU Leuven, Spring 2019): Pangaea, Where Worlds Meet: A discussion about KU Leuven’s exchange student forum with a current employee

EuroScholars students featuring in TEDtalk

EuroScholars alumni student Charlotte Luks (KU Leuven / Hampshire College, S2012),

gave a TEDtalk about her research. At the time of her research Charlotte was working on a Division III concerning human rights issues within contemporary European migration law. She originally began doing research about corporate culpability for human rights violations under Prof. Dr. Geert van Calster at the KU Leuven in Belgium, work that was compounded by later work for Greenpeace Belgium.

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