by Eoin Gallagher
Oswego, NY- Oswego State’s faculty led study abroad courses will have the opportunity to expand. The school has announced they will be accepting new proposals from faculty who wish to expand the program. Oswego State is already considered to have one of the top study abroad programs in the country.
Director of Global and International Studies Lisa Glidden has taught multiple study abroad courses including “Sustainable Cuba,” a program where students were able to travel to Cuba over winter break. She says she enjoys teaching these courses and that they can even lead to potential internships.
“I teach another course that goes to Ecuador… I actually have a student going and doing an internship in the fall semester,” Glidden said.
With the efforts of Oswego State’s faculty and administrators, more courses may be available in the future.