Mrs. Kenny Goes To France

Blogging, videography, journaling, photography, scrapbooking – a handful of ways API students have chosen to document their memories of studying abroad. No matter the method, documenting your study abroad experience is an excellent way to remember your first impressions, moments of cultural shock, excursions, memorable activities, and “aha” moments.

Jan Kenny, an API student, chose to publish a book about her study abroad with API in Grenoble, France. Personally, I loved reading this book – brought back memories of my study abroad experience, beginning with the initial thoughts of “Where in the world do I want to study abroad and how can I make this happen?”

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Flashback to our Fall API student's first days in Spain. Madrid orientation with our friends from api_granada, Salamanca guided tour, and lunch tapas (+first days of classes!)

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