Office of Study Abroad and Study Away Programs

Study Abroad Program Ambassadors

The Clark Study Abroad Student Ambassador group plays an important role for students considering study abroad as part of their future academic plans. These students have agreed to answer emails from students who have questions about the program they participated in.  Feel free to email them if you have questions.

American University

Arlynn Baer - Cultural Studies & Communication
Savannah Maclean - Cultural Studies & Communication

Augsburg - Central America

Leah Simonson - Psychology

Maya Katz-Ali - International Development and Social Change
Saroya Madlala - International Development and Social Change

Augsburg - Southern Africa

Ashley Brun - International Development and Social Change

Molly McPhee (5th year) - International Development and Social Change

Miranda Weinstein (5th year) - International Development and Social Change
Anne-Claire Merkle-Scotland - Self Designed

Burren

Kassidy Benzing-Plourde Psychology & Studio Art

CAPA Dublin (Internship)

Kate Conquest - Communications and Culture

Ciara Killian - Political Science

Tess Reichart - English

Taylor McAllister- Psychology

CAPA London (Internship)

Andrew Ayres - Management

Katie Luczai - Political Science
Simone Smith - Psychology

CET Beijing
Etta Scott-Smith - Management

CET Shanghai
Thomas Hutto - Economics

 

CET Vietnam (Internship)

Lina Nguyen - Political Science

CIEE Amman, Jordan

Hannah Rosenblum (5th year) - Geography

CIEE Buenos Aires

Maggie Foster

 

CIEE Cape Town, South Africa

Zoe Fishman - Psychology

Hannah Fox - Cultural Studies and Communications

CIEE Gaberone, Botswana

Nina Walsh - Psychology

CIEE Santiago, DR

Emma Ogg - Cultural Studies and Communications

CIEE Santiago, Chile

Alexis Griswold - Political Science & Spanish

CIEE Perth, Australia

Rachel Gaufberg - Psychology

CIEE Rennes, France

Khali Maden - Psychology

Celine Manneveille - Cultural Studies and Communication

Dexel Sagoe-Moses - French

CIEE Seville, Spain

Laura Winslow - Psychology

CIEE Valparaiso, Chile

Julia Lewitt - Spanish

Kansai Gaidai, Osaka, Japan

Keane Gately - Asian Studies/English

David Quiroa - Political Science

John Kaplan - Political Science

London School of Economics and Political Science

Lauren Meininger - Political Science

Vuc Baletic - Management

Maastricht CES, Maastricht, Netherlands

Maddie Cassidy - Global Environmental Studies

Will Heikes - Geography

Julianna Murphy - Biochemistry

SOAS University of London

Isabella Mekker - Political Science

 

School for Field Studies

Celine Miranda - Turks & Caicos - Environmental Science and Conservation Biology

Hannah Silverfine - (5th year) Costa Rica - Geography

University of Stirling

Hannah Kogut - Screen Studies

Natalya Specian - Biology

University of Sussex

Arlynn Baer - Communications & Culture

University of Tasmania

Alexandra Gray - Studio Art

Tandem Madrid

Henry Butler - Cultural Studies and Communication

Molly Wyatt - Psychology

Rory-Alice Hoecker - Sociology

University of East Anglia

Audrey Dolan - English

Non-Clark Programs

EWHA University (South Korea)

Sarah Margolin - Psychology & Biology

As ambassadors, students may assist in presenting information sessions, provide general informal advising, and advocate for study abroad. Ambassadors can also connect with one another to refect on their unique experiences and to discuss how they can use their acquired skills in the work force, graduate school, or other forward thinking ambitions. 

Please contact the Evan Wilson, Associate Director of Study Abroad if you are interested in becoming an Ambassador.