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Charles Gliozzo

"Counseling of students regarding the pros and cons of overseas study was not limited to financial concerns, but also advice was given on cultural adjustments and career goals… Short-term programs had an impact not only internationalizing MSU, but on the national scene as a model for the number and program diversification."

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Charles Gliozzo

Highlights of the Office

Office of Overseas Study becomes Office of Study Abroad (OSA)
OSA is moved from the Office of International Extension in the
Continuing Education Service to International Studies and Programs
Faculty manual and orientation sessions are implemented
Financial aid model is established between the Office of Financial Aid and OSA
Faculty exchanges and overseas institutional linkages emerge
Overseas Study Scholarship Fund was established
The Directory of International Internships is created
Career Development Model Grant is developed
A diversified curriculum in study abroad programs expands

Reflections from the Director

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