Three students shared their experiences doing senior thesis research abroad at an undergraduate panel at the Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures on Dec. 1. Each of the three seniors received grants from the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, and offered their perspectives on preparing for and conducting research in Europe.
Sarah Grothaus is a film, television, and theatre major who spent fall break doing senior thesis research in the Czech Republic.
Ann Weber is a history and theology major. She spent a part of last summer in Austria conducting thesis research.
Claire Brown, an anthropology major, spent portions of two consecutive summers in Ireland conducting thesis research. She began her research as a sophomore.
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