IEW Photo Contest - Faculty and Staff
Bolivia, Salar de Uyuni Uyuni
I have been to all continents except Antarctica. I have been to a total of 90 countries so far. I travel to learn about different cultures, world history, and listen to people's stories firsthand. The attached picture is Salar de Uyuni Uyuni Bolivia
Chile, Easter Island (Isla de Pascua Rapa Nui)
I have been to all continents except Antarctica. I have been to a total of 90 countries so far. I travel to learn about different cultures, world history, and listen to people's stories firsthand. The attached picture is Easter Island (Isla de Pascua - Rapa Nui)
Cuba, Old Havana
Cuba, Malecon de Havana
Denmark, Copenhagen Business School Library
Germany, Berlin Fernsehertor
Iceland, Secret Lagoon Hot Springs
A picture of me from a wedding I attended in India in October. My boyfriend, Nikhil, is from Dehradun, India and we celebrated his sister's wedding on October 8th. The wedding celebration lasted 3 days and was beautiful from start to finish!
Law School students after Justin Butcher’s Cesare Beccaria Lecture and Tour in Milan
Italy, Rome Bike Wine Tour
Mexico, Matamoros Dancing
Migrant and asylum-seeking children join Dr. Daniela Dominguez in dancing "Bachata" in Matamoros, Mexico
Mexico, Matamoros Painting
Dr. Daniela Dominguez from the School of Education runs an art class to support migrant children impacted by the "Remain in Mexico" program in Matamoros, Mexico
Teaching class at the Jesuit college in Kathmandu, Nepal, St. Francis Xavier College in June, 2019
Revelers in a "Correfoc" or "fire run" event at Poble Espanyol in Barcelona fight the sparks off a beast. The fire run tradition was demonstrated at "Spanish Village," which was constructed for a World's Fair to show off the regions and architecture of Spain. Dr. Olivia Muñoz, adjunct faculty in the School of Education, visited while working for the study away program Semester at Sea.
The fog rolls in, blanketing the Benedictine abbey of Montserrat. Monks have lived and practiced in these mountains an hour outside of Barcelona for more than one thousand years. Pilgrimages to the monastery followed and later, tourists. Dr. Olivia Muñoz, adjunct faculty in the School of Education, visited while working for the study away program Semester at Sea.
Switzerland, Zermatt Matterhorn Trail
My husband and I love hiking, and last year we decided to visit Switzerland over the summer. One of our favorite spots was Zermatt, a city with no cars where you can learn about the mountaineering history of the Matterhorn. The hike to the basecamp of the Matterhorn was incredibly beautiful and serene.
Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh
Keynote Address at the Vietnam Symposium on Leadership and Policy in October, 2019
Chile, Torres del Paine Nat'l Park
My husband and I traveled to Chile in the summer of 2016 and spent three weeks exploring the country. We spent the first week and a half skiing up North, and the remainder of the time on the southernmost tip in Chilean Patagonia. Our favorite thing was visiting Torres Del Paine National Park, pictured here at sunrise.