New Study-Abroad Option Connects To Namesake
On-going conversations between Wittenberg and its sister city in Europe may soon result in a new semester-long study-abroad program in Wittenberg, Germany, for interested students.
Representatives from Wittenberg recently traveled to Germany to learn more about the potential partnership, the program itself and the facilities available. The visit landed the Wittenberg contingent, which included Dave Barry, professor of languages, JoAnn Bennett, director of international education, Sally Brannon, associate professor of education, Tom Kaplan, Ness Chair in Entrepreneurship, Lowell Monke, associate professor of education and department chair, and Karen Reynolds, director of WittPath Career Services, on the front cover of the local German newspaper. Wittenberg, Germany, has served as a key location for Wittenberg University’s already established summer program.