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CCSA Summer 2018 Storytellers Announced

CCSA is pleased to announce the 2018 Storyteller Scholarship recipients The CCSA Storyteller Scholarship is designed to encourage student creativity and storytelling through personal narrative. Our Storytellers will design and implement a creative digital storytelling process through their summer study abroad experience. Rachel Bowling Communication Studies Integrated Organizational Communications Rachel Bowling is in Krista Kimmel’s […]

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Summer 2018 Applications Still Open!

CCSA (Cooperative Center for Study Abroad) is now accepting applications for its summer study abroad programs. The programs include eight different options to English-speaking countries around the world. The Summer 2018 programs include Belize: Anthropology, Belize: Land and Sea, Ghana, Ireland, London: Midsummer, London: Summer, Scotland: City and Highlands, and South Africa. The last chance […]

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Sharing the positive impacts of study abroad experiences

  While many of us working in the study abroad industry are familiar with the positive impacts of study abroad, on both the students we serve and the institutions these students come from, it is important that we continue to share this information so that it is not forgotten. As an organization, CCSA has seen […]

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CCSA Winter 2017/18 Faculty Rachel Banks Featured on Huffington Post

Northern Kentucky University and CCSA faculty member Rachel Banks was recently featured on the Huffington Post for her work on  “Some Days Just Are,” a new web-based photography project featured on Huffington Post. Check out the link below for an interview with Prof. Rachel Banks with Louisville Insider.   Louisville photographer Rachael Banks featured on Huffington Post

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The Cooperative Center for Study Abroad Kicks off the Summer of 2017

The Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA) kicked off the 2017 Summer with “Ireland: One Island, Two Countries.” Students and faculty started the on-site course on May 17 and return to USA on May 31. During the program, students will study across an island divided by a border, but joined in history. The course includes […]

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