Exhibit Showcases Study Abroad Experiences

The juried exhibit features photographs taken by students studying abroad on a variety of subjects from around the world.

Written by Megan Robare

“Tower of Babel” by Jenna Anderson; location: Amalfi Coast.

“Tower of Babel” by Jenna Anderson; location: Amalfi Coast.

Texas Tech University’s Office of International Affairs will host its annual juried exhibition showcasing photographs taken by students studying abroad.

The featured images will reflect a variety of subjects from around the world. The exhibit opened March 3 and runs through through April 29 in the Our World and East Galleries at the International Cultural Center located at 601 Indiana Ave. The exhibit is free and open to the public Monday - Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Studying abroad is growing in popularity throughout the U.S., and the number of Texas Tech students who want to incorporate a study-abroad program into their college experience reflects this trend. Learn more about studying abroad on their Web site, and .

Jenna Anderson, a student whose photograph will appear at the exhibit, said the image conveys her own study abroad experience.

“Similar to how these homes build upon one another to reach new heights, the mesh of cultures, languages, people and experiences that I encountered on my journey all helped  me reach a new peak in my education and in general, my life,” Anderson said.

This exhibit is made possible, in part, by a generous grant from The CH Foundation.

Other students with photographs in the exhibition include:

  • Carly Anderson
  • Kyle Brown, Alexis Campestre
  • Rachel Clark
  • Sara Collins
  • Amanda Cox
  • Heather Darnell
  • James Donovan
  • Sarah Doyle
  • Jessica Fannin
  • Stephanie Grand
  • Taylor Hardin
  • Jarvis Jackson
  • Melanie Mann
  • Julie Meadows
  • Jaime Resendiz
  • Daniel Salas
  • Ashlee Schertz
  • Danica Simons
  • Matlin Smith
  • Sunny Tang

Study Abroad Program

Study Abroad Program

See the world and earn academic credit with Texas Tech University's Study Abroad Program.

From culinary classes in Florence, to Range and Wildlife Management in Australia, from language study at one of the Texas Tech Centers to Engineering in Czech Republic, Texas Tech has more than 400 programs students can participate in.

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