Jessica discovered that study abroad can resonate even working stateside. Find out how.
Communication is contextual. Find out what that meant for Joseph Hill, a deaf African-American researcher focusing on the way that culture influences languages.
After many international exchange experiences including two Fulbright's, Kenny fries, a person with a physical disability, shares his career as a researcher, writer and teacher with Goddard College in Vermont.
Some people find their way to international development through a masters program. Anjali found her way on the racetrack.
A teacher, a leader in the Ugandan disability community and a woman who loves to sing, Flavia has come far since getting her MA from UT Austin. Find out how she defied the odds.
This disability community organizer learned to think on his feet and go with the flow while abroad in Russia and Japan.
Twenty years and four languages later, Stacy has dedicated her career connecting with others through language and enabling them to express themselves. To think it all started with a high school year abroad in Germany!