Experiences & Perspectives
International Programs is committed to promoting respect, embracing cultural differences, fostering education, and encouraging self-reflection. We recognize that everyone’s lived experiences are different so we have complied resources and prompts for self-reflection that we hope will be helpful prepare to embrace other cultures, better understand the experiences of your peers, and embark on the experience of a lifetime.
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Projects & Plan
As a member of the FSU community, International Programs (IP) is committed to values of diversity and inclusion at home and abroad. The IP Diversity & Inclusion team strives to promote respect, embrace differences, foster education, and encourage self-reflection for students, staff, and faculty. We recognize that everyone’s lived experiences are different, so our aim is to create resources for individuals to develop and understand their personal identities while gaining respect for others’ identities and lived experiences.
Current & Future
At IP we believe that study abroad is an experience worth sharing and that our unique differences should be celebrated. Below you’ll find a list of blog posts, podcast episodes, quotes, and more highlighting diverse student voices. This list is by no means comprehensive, and we are continually adding to it.
Blog Posts & Articles
Meet the Team & Contact Us!
If you have any questions or would like to talk to a member of our team, you can contact us by emailing IP-Diversity@fsu.edu. If you are interested in telling your story on our blog or podcast, email IP-Media@fsu.edu.
Meet the Team
Study abroad can be a life-changing, formative experience for students – I know for me it was. Which is exactly why I wanted to be part of IP’s Diversity and Inclusion team. I want to work to make study abroad more accessible and inclusive for all students. Study abroad encourages people of different backgrounds to come together in understanding and growth, and a diverse cohort enhances that experience. I hope the work we do can help promote diversity within the study abroad industry.