College Students Win Global Education Awards

Students Head out for Winter Break

by B.J. Koubaroulis

Thanks to awards presented by Mason's Center for Global Education, 20 College of Humanities and Social Sciences students will visit places like Switzerland, Israel, Palestine, London, Switzerland, Greece, South Africa and more.

The students are headed abroad during the winter break, all of them looking to experience the culture, traditions and sights in some of the most famous and exotic places in the world.

Students from many of George Mason University's majors and disciplines will travel all over the world to add invaluable hands-on experience to their studies.

The following is a list of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences students who are Gobal Education Award-winners and where they're going:

Keeley Peters, New Century College, Switzerland

Phillip Roberts, Bachelor of Individualized Studies, Israel and Palestine

Michelle Stapelton, Communication, London, England

Casey Wilson, Communication, London, England

Kara Holthaus, Economics, Guanajuato, Mexico

Ashley Parker, English, London, England

Caitlin Hamon, Government and International Politics, Greece and Turkey

Casandra McCloy-Johnson, Government and International Politics, Switzerland

Rachael Price, Spanish, Guanajuato, Mexico

James McDonough, History, South Africa

Rachel Pooley, History, South Africa

Christine Burt, Spanish, Guanajuato, Mexico

Ann Steenslad, History, South Africa