Guest Blog Post — Making an Impact: How one Global Travel Scholar used her Experiences Abroad to Increase Community Awareness of Malaria

As a 2014 recipient of the Global Travel Scholarship Program, Tessa Houser spent a summer in Tanzania. She formed close relationships with her Maasai host family. Those relationships and her experiences with malaria inspired Tessa to raise awareness of the disease when she returned to Pittsburgh. Read Tessa’s blog post to find out more.

Welcome Home to the 2013 Global Travel Scholars! (Part 2)

Earlier this week, we introduced you to six of our 12 Global Travel Scholars with a compilation of excerpts from their travel essays about their summer immersion trips. In case you missed it, you can catch up on the adventures throughout Asia, South and Central America by clicking here. Part two features six additional scholars … Read More