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    The Wise World Traveler

    James E. Harf and Lawrence J. R. Herson co-authored an exciting new book that just released: The Wise World Traveler (ISBN 978-1938522017). James E. Harf is Associate Vice President and Director at Maryville University of Saint Louis and father of Marie Harf, Deputy Spokesperson for the State Department and a former spokesperson for the Central Intelligence Agency. Larry J. R. Herson was a well-published author in six languages who was a decorated combat meteorologist in the South Pacific Theater during World War II as a young man.  Since retiring from Ohio State two decades ago, Herson spent his time as a lecturer on very exclusive cruise ships calling on ports…

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    Faculty-led 360: Guide to Successful Study Abroad

    Leading a study abroad program can be one of the most exciting, rewarding, and pivotal experiences of your career. But the details can tend to get a bit overwhelming. Field trainers, Melanie McCallon and Bill Holmes have helped numerous universities and professors navigate the path to successful study abroad. If you are interested in developing and leading a travel-study course or international academic program, Faculty-led 360 will help you get there.

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    Study Abroad 101

    Study Abroad 101 by Wendy Williamson presents everything U.S. high school and college students need to know about studying abroad, from before they select a program to after they return, through 101 easy-to-navigate sections. In its third edition, this popular guidebook (now available in ebook and print) has been readily used by education abroad students, advisors, teachers, and professors for more than a decade. “Study Abroad 101 by Wendy Williamson is a brilliantly conceived and expertly presented introduction providing specific, concise, informed and informative answers to 101 direct questions about studying abroad” —from the 2004 review of the First Edition from Midwest Book Review In addition to a record of…