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We take a peek into the lives of foreign students living in Slovenia. Did they come to party, study or just shake up their everyday lives? What makes these young people tick and what do they think about the country they've come to? Listen to the challenges they face and what they miss from home. Has this experience changed them? Are they considering staying here? Every Monday at 11:25 only on Radio Si. Do you want to share your experience? Just write to pr@radiosi.eu and maybe you are our ne ...
 
Study Abroad Podcast is a series of podcasts that are about experiences of people who studied abroad from Pacific University. Students who studied in Australia, Chile, London, Japan, and Germany talk about their experiences and cultural differences. They will also give advice for people who are thinking about study abroad in the future.
 
Yes! Study Abroad is a platform to encourage and equip minority students with the tools needed to study abroad and be competitive in a global setting. Students from all over have shared their study abroad experience to inspire you and so that you can learn from their mistakes. Take these stories with you on the go, on your commute or while multi-tasking! Drop your questions and comments for advice from YSA founder, Kierra. Enjoy!
 
Where should you go? For how long? How can you afford it.....? These are just a few of the questions we discuss on The Study Abroadcast. If you're thinking about studying abroad this is a perfect podcast for you to listen to in order to motivate, and inspire your inner Indiana Jones or Carmen Sandiego. Get ideas from others. Make plans for your own. And for Pete's sake, study abroad...smarter.
 
This UPR original series is a yearlong storytelling project about borders that are crossed to pursue goals or make changes in society. New episodes added monthly through June 2018. The UPR Original Series "Crossing Borders" is a yearlong storytelling project between UPR and the USU Office of Global Engagement - providing services for international students and scholars; and facilitating study abroad opportunities for students and faculty. Details found here .
 
Hosted by Dan Runde, William A. Schreyer Chair and Director, Project on Prosperity and Development, Building the Future explores topics at the intersection of global development, foreign policy, and national security. In each episode, Dan sits down for a discussion with a leading expert from government, the private sector, and international organizations to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the world today.
 
Light-hearted discussions about the basic pillars of nutrition, fitness, health and well-being presented in a easy-to-understand fashion. If your are struggling to lose weight, achieve a balanced diet or just want to learn more about nutrition, this is the podcast for you. Episodes will be short and digestible, with a delightful combination of solo and guest features. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Salma says one of the most common misconceptions she has heard about Egypt is that they think they live in the desert which is not true.Another is that that people think Egypt has only 3 pyramids. More than 100 have actually been identified there.WShe chose to play the song Sahran by Amr Diab.Av RTVSLO - Radio SI
 
Hardin Lang, Vice President for Policy and Programs at Refugees International, joins Dan Runde in this week's episode of Building the Future. Dan and Hardin discuss the ballooning refugee crisis and the latest updates on the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan. Their conversation spans the different countries that could take in Afghan refugees, t…
 
Ambassador Richard Bernal joins Dan Runde in this episode of Building the Future. Ambassador Bernal was the Jamaican Ambassador to the United States from 1991 to 2001 and has a lauded career as a professional economist and professor. The episode dives into Ambassador Bernal’s new book, Corporate versus National Interest in U.S. Trade Policy: Chiqui…
 
We this time sat down with Audrey, a student from France, who said the hardest thing she had to get used to in Ljubljana was that Slovenians start the day an hour earlier than the French do.She chose to play the song Don’t Stop Me Now by Queen since she says it speaks to how she feels at the end of her Erasmus experience.…
 
Lina knew that she wanted to travel after high school. However, she did not know that life would take her from Cairo to Maribor. After spending a semester in Maribor, she found she liked the quiet life there so much that she wants to return to Slovenia and find a job in the Styrian capital.She chose to play a song by Amr Diab titled El Gaw Gameel, …
 
Please note: We will be taking a hiatus for the month of August and will be back on September 1 with a conversation with Dr. Richard Bernal. We look forward to seeing you again in the fall! In this episode of Building the Future, Dan is joined by Dr. Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda, Associate Professor at UCLA and author of The Trump Paradox: Migration, Trade,…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan is joined by Dr. Richard Feinberg, an economics professor at the University of California, San Diego with over 40s years’ experience in inter-American relations. Dr. Feinberg recently published “Widening the Aperture: Nearshoring in Our ‘Near Abroad”, a report on Biden administration’s domestic economic a…
 
There are probably not many foreign students who fall in love with the Slovenian language so hard that they come here to study.There are even fewer who listen to Niko Zorjan and want to visit Murska Sobota, because of all the Slovenian dialects, the Prekmurje dialect is their favorite.Monica is one of those.The Serbian exchange student chose to pla…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan is joined by Shelby Scarbrough, founder of Practical Protocol and author of her new book Civility Rules! Creating a Purposeful Practice of Civility. The pair discuss Shelby’s career and how her experiences taught her the importance of treating people civilly in professional interactions. Shelby talks abou…
 
Despite coming from Slovenia's western neighbor, Emanuele says that before he came to Slovenia, he knew very little about the country.When he was offered an Erasmus exchange spot in Slovenia, he quickly googled Ljubljana, saw the Dragon Bridge and immediately fell in love with the city.His music of choice was the song Albachiara by Vasco Rossi.…
 
►►Join Rebecca for the International Admissions & Recruitment Lab: https://insidestudyabroad.com/labs Have you been curious about what it's like to be an international admission recruiter and what it takes to land one of those jobs? In today's episode, I'm talking with Rebecca Hansen, the Assistant Director of International Admission at Northern Ke…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan is joined by Allan J. “Alonzo” Wind, former USAID Foreign Service Officer as they discuss his career and new book “Andean Adventures: An Unexpected Search for Meaning, Purpose, and Discovery Across Three Countries”. They begin with his early career in South America with the peace corps and NGO work. This …
 
One lesson Moritz says he learned during the pandemic is that there’s no point in waiting for the perfect time to do something because you never know when a new pandemic might be just around the corner.When he came to Slovenia, prices of gasoline were at a record low. Because of this, he was looking forward to all the places he would be able to tra…
 
CSIS Americas Deputy Director, Maggie Seminario, guest hosts this week's Building the Future episode on Gender Equity and Financial Inclusion. In this episode, we talk with Mia Mitchell (from the U.S. Department of State) and Sonja Kelly (from the Women's World Banking) to understand the barriers we face to enabling inclusive access to finance to w…
 
One of the things Diane Stephanie says she misses most in Slovenia is of course her family and friends, but also French food, especially baguettes. She notes she had tried to get used to Slovenian food. So far, she’s tried potica and some white powdery dish that she couldn’t remember the name of. Do you know what it was? Listen to the interview and…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan is joined by Ambassador Javier Rupérez, former Spanish Ambassador to the United States for the second part of their conversation. They begin by discussing the diminishing role of Christian Democratic Parties within Europe. They then shift into the importance of NATO, the differing views on China and Russi…
 
The 24-year-old student of politics and economics of Eastern Europe says he never thought his generation would ever want to throw their computers against a wall out of frustration from distance-learning.He chose to play the song exile by Blinding Lights by The Weeknd.Av RTVSLO - Radio SI
 
Ready to level-up your career in international education and study abroad? Watch our free Global Career Launchpad Workshop: https://insidestudyabroad.com/workshop Register for the intercultural learning workshop at: https://truenorthintercultural.com/isa --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/insidestudyabroad/support…
 
In this episode, Dan is joined by Ambassador Javier Rupérez, former Spanish Ambassador to the United States. They begin by discussing Rupérez's experiences growing up under the Franco regime and his initial political experiences in organizations that opposed the dictator. After university, Rupérez joined the Spanish foreign service where he was exp…
 
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In this episode Dan is joined by Dr. Bill Steiger, former Chief of Staff at USAID. Previously, Dr. Steiger was successively Managing Director and Chief Program Officer at Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon and worked as a Senior Advisor at the Global Fund. He was also Special Assistant for International Affairs to the Secretary of Health and Human Services in …
 
Maciej says that regardless of how early he forced himself to rise, there was already a line of Slovenians at the ski resort or climbing area by the time he came there.He says that to him, Slovenia seems very clean and organized, but that when it comes to the music, it’s filled with a Balkan rhythm and soul. A Slovenian friend of his even told him …
 
#044: The Many Names of Study Abroad & International Education Ready to launch your career in study abroad? Watch our free workshop all about Launching & Leveling--up you career in global education: https://insidestudyabroad.com/workshop Study abroad, international education, student mobility, intercultural learning? Our field has many names but wh…
 
Dan's colleague and long-time friend John Simon guest hosts this week's episode to talk about how the developing world can develop and adopt a functional, reliable, and secure digital ID. Achieving universal financial inclusion requires a reliable and inclusive identification document –– a digital one, given the modern world. John, who was the form…
 
Martin says that when they first came to Slovenia, the move seemed easier than expected, but then during the second lockdown, they had to find another apartment to live in due to restrictions concerning hospitality establishments. Despite some hiccups, Martin says he and his family are looking forward to spending a couple of months in Slovenia and …
 
In this episode, Dan speaks with his colleague and director of the CSIS Reconnecting Asia Project, Jonathan E. Hillman, who is the author of a new book on the Belt and Road Initiative, The Emperor's New Road: China and the Project of the Century. This conversation comes at an interesting time as the United States is mapping out its own infrastructu…
 
Inem says that when she talks to people, they are most surprised by the fact that there are over 200 million people living in Nigeria and that, in addition to English, which is the official language, over 500 other languages are spoken in this coastal West African country. She chose to play the song exile by Taylor Swift (feat. Bon Iver).…
 
In this episode Dan speaks with Nicolás Massot, a politician, who currently serves on the Board of Directors of Banco Ciudad, the third largest bank in Argentina. Nicolás was also the former majority leader of Argentina’s Chamber of Deputies, the youngest leader in the Chamber’s history, and is a member of Republican Proposal, one of the most promi…
 
#041: Landing A Job In Higher Education During A Global Pandemic with Sam Cooper Today’s episode is one that is long overdue. An exclusive interview with our head coach, trainer and co-host of Inside Study Abroad: Sam Cooper. Tune in to hear how Sam’s first family trip to Paris sparked her career in international education and how she managed her o…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan speaks with Jack Hamilton who is the Hopkins P. Breazeale Professor at Louisiana State University for the Manship School of Mass Communication and a Global Fellow at the Wilson Center. Jack and Dan begin this podcast by discussing Jack’s most recent book Manipulating the Masses: Woodrow Wilson and the Bir…
 
In this episode, Dan Runde sits down with Dr. Diana Negroponte who is a current Global Fellow at the Wilson Center. Dan and Dr. Negroponte begin their conversation by discussing her new book, Master Negotiator: the Role of James A. Baker, III at the End of the Cold War. They talk about why Dr. Negroponte wrote the book and in particular, how she de…
 
#040 - Grad School vs Get A Job: Which should you do first? We're asked this question all the time: Should I go to grad school right away or should I work in the international education field first? We're diving into the pros and cons of both options in this episode. Ready to gain practical experience in study abroad? Learn more about the Global Pr…
 
In this episode, Dan Runde is joined by Paul O’Brien. When this episode was recorded, Paul was the Vice President of OXFAM America and on secondment to OXFAM International to co-lead the Global Corona Virus Advocacy Task Force. He has since been hired as the Executive Director at Amnesty International USA. Dan and Paul start off their conversation …
 
A fun, information-packed chat with some very close friends that I made while studying in Denmark! We chat about all the positives and experiences of studying in a different country, and answer all the common questions about doing so! Colin: @informancenutrition |@fuelforperformance | www.informancenutrition.com Gauthier: @guathiervimbert | @inpact…
 
Elizabethtown College alumnus Bill Cave '65 studied abroad in Marburg, Germany from 1963-1964. Listen to hear about Bill's experiences abroad in the 60's, how it impacted his life, and how his experience compared to Etown student and host Samantha Seely's, who studied abroad in Germany 55 years later from 2018-2019. Subscribe to our show wherever y…
 
In this episode, Dan Runde is joined by Michael Jarvis, Executive Director of the Transparency and Accountability Initiative, a donor collaborative working to expand the impact and scale of transparency, accountability, and participation interventions. Dan and Michael kick-off their conversation by talking about the importance of transparency and a…
 
In this episode, Dan Runde is joined by Christos Makridis, a Digital Fellow with the Initiative on the Digital Economy at MIT and a Research Assistant Professor at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Dan and Christos sit down to discuss Christos’ article, “New Research Shows Religious Liberty Drives Human Flourishing — An…
 
Can you believe it? We have just two weeks left in the first quarter of 2021. My question for you is - have you been making progress in your career the way you’d hoped to at the start of the year? In this episode, we’re sharing 5 career goals you should set for yourself now to build a career you love in global education. ►► Download the Global Care…
 
Elizabethtown College alumna Grace Gibson '20 studied abroad in Florence, Italy in 2019. Listen to hear about her experience with Italian culture and the book she wrote and illustrated about her time studying abroad, A Life with a View: Reflections on Stories, Art, & Identity! Subscribe to our show wherever you listen to podcasts, and follow us on …
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan Runde is joined by Doreen Bogdan-Martin, the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), to discuss the ITU’s critical role in increasing access to global digital connectivity. Dan and Doreen first provide an overview of the history of the…
 
Talking about strategies and initiatives to make study abroad and global learning more sustainable for the future with Karen McBride of Bound International. Ready to launch your career in study abroad? Download our free Global Career Roadmap >> https://insidestudyabroad.com/roadmap SOURCES + RESOURCES MENTIONED: Global Pro Labs: https://insidestudy…
 
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