Posts tagged with “Student Profiles” (All posts)
A Tale of Language and Learning: One Minnesotan’s Journey into Japanese Authorship
Marnie Ammentorp-Jorenby, a Carleton alum and Lecturer in Japanese at the University of Minnesota, was recently featured on MPR about the recent publication of her Japanese novel, Bye-bye Bag Lady. Read all about her experience studying Japanese at Carleton and abroad, and how these formative years influenced her journey of growth, healing, and discovery.
EuroScholars at Leiden University with Emma Freedman ’23
Emma Freedman ’23 talks about her experience studying abroad with EuroScholars at Leiden University, Netherlands. Learn about her role conducting research with Leiden University’s Dr. Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh, and watch her final presentation, titled “Climate Justice through the Courts.”
IES Abroad Berlin: Metropolitan Studies with Jeremy Fong ’23
Jeremy Fong ’23 talks about his experience studying abroad in Berlin with the Institute for the International Education of Students (IES). Read all about Jeremy’s advice to prospective study abroad participants, and enjoy some photos of the adventures and friends he made while abroad!
Cross-Cultural Psychology in Prague with Joey Silknitter ’22
Tag along with Joey Silknitter ’22, an American Studies major, as he shares what a typical day in the Cross-Cultural Studies in Prague program looks like, from dawn ’til dusk!
Spanish Studies in Madrid with Joe Radinsky ’23
Joe Radinsky ’23 talks about their experience studying abroad in Spain with the Carleton Spanish Studies in Madrid program. From friends and street markets to soccer games and stunning architecture, come experience Madrid alongside Joe through their Madrid photo gallery!
Hello from Rwanda!
Anna Gwin ’22 writes: “It’s hard to pinpoint my favorite part of the program, but it’s probably the overall sense of fulfillment because I’m studying issues I am really passionate about.”
Greetings from Greece
Dima Rentel ’22 talks about his experiences with “incredible professors, friends, and travels” — and why he may stay in Greece for a second term!
Report from Copenhagen
Elise Lehman ’23 describes her DIScovery trip to the oldest town in Denmark, which included a seal safari and blokarting.
Greetings from Jerusalem
Dasha Palenova ’22 describes life during lockdown in Jerusalem, a city of “beautiful sunsets and colourful markets and interesting people.”
Our Iceland Trip
Carleton students Tali Emlen ’22, Raven Dawson ’22, and Celine Smith ’22 describe their first weeks of study abroad in Iceland.