Danielle Miller finds the UA spirit in Toledo, Spain. The UA program there is designed for students who are interested in health-related fields.
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Alumna Taylor Baumgarten, who earned a degree in public health, holds a UA flag at the Great Wall of China.
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Alumna Kaitlin Corell, who earned a degree in global studies, took a photo with friends at Machu Picchu in Peru.
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Alumna Julianne Reese, who was in the family studies and human development program, celebrates being at the Great Wall of China.
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Alumnus Patt Intarakamhang, who earned a degree in mechanical engineering and was an honors student, shows his Wildcat pride atop a mountain in southern Germany.
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Amanda Horrigan, an alumna who earned a degree in psychology, celebrates after a long hike in the Swiss Alps.
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Julianne Stanford, who graduated in May with degrees in journalism and political science, takes a photo of Wildcats on historic steps in Orvieto, Italy.
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Allison Arendt, a student in the School of Dance, shows UA colors during a visit to Switzerland.
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Julianna Renzi, who is studying environmental sciences, poses for a photo in one of the world’s oldest deserts in Namibia.
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Tiffany Nguyen, a student in the College of Pharmacy, snaps a photo of Wildcat spirit in Mexico City. Several study abroad programs make their way through Mexico City, including those that enable students to improve their Spanish-language skills and learn about bilingual education, school psychology, health and other topics.
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Hannah Weinsheink, who graduated from the UA in 2014 with a degree in literacy, learning and leadership, celebrates her last semester of college in Orvieto, Italy.
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Marc Sanchez, studying Spanish and studio art, displays a UA flag in the Villa Borghese in Rome.
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Kristina Savage, a 2016 graduate with a degree in anthropology, displays a happy scene at a center for children in Kigali, Rwanda. In the program based in Kigali, students have opportunities to engage in practicum field experience in Rwanda and Uganda. Study in this region helps students gain perspective about the complexities of development issues, regional and international responses, and efforts toward building peace.
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Katlyn Campbel, who graduated in 2015 with a degree in public health, poses on Inch Beach in County Kerry, Ireland.
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Jennifer Lim, who earned a UA degree in economics in 2015, snaps a family of Wildcats on Volcán Villarrica in Pucon, Chile.
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Taylor Fitzgerald, a finance major, strikes a pose with the UA flag along the seaside in the Netherlands.
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UA alumnus Tyler Goodwillie captures the Wildcat spirit at Machu Picchu in Peru.
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Lexy Davis, a 2016 graduate with a degree in care, health and society, has the Wildcat spirit atop the Skyline Gondola in New Zealand. The UA offers programs in New Zealand that allow students to explore engineering, architecture, ecotourism and other topics.
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Rachel Christensen, who is studying economics and Spanish, takes in a sunset on the coast of Chile.
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Rachel Franke, who is studying musical theatre, flies the Arizona flag in Les Trois Islets Bay, Martinique.
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