Tag Result For: italy

  • Peyton
  • Furman University
  • Spring 2018

What To Bring vs. Buy When Abroad 04/17/18

When preparing to go abroad this past semester, I had the chance to talk to people about everything from what to expect to what to do – from others who went abroad, who traveled to Europe, and even CIMBA alumni from my home university. However, there was one question I always asked, to which I never […]

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  • Karsyn
  • University of Iowa
  • Spring 2018

It’s more than “Just Studying Abroad” 04/13/18

As my time at CIMBA starts to drastically wind down, it is easy for me to reflect on the weeks that I have spent in Paderno del Grappa. It is funny to look back at my first night in Italy when I was jet lagged beyond belief but still made an effort to get to […]

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  • John
  • University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Spring 2018

CIMBA Campus Life 03/23/18

We have reached our halfway point here at CIMBA. With that being said, everyone has gotten a lot more settled in and accustomed to the lifestyle the campus has to offer. The first couple weeks were more geared to getting to know each other, followed by a heavy combination and focus on travel and academics. Hidden […]

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  • Karsyn
  • University of Iowa
  • Spring 2018

What to Expect During Your First Month at CIMBA 03/05/18

Ciao from Paderno del Grappa! My name is Karsyn Hettlinger and I am a sophomore at the University of Iowa studying Management and Marketing. Studying abroad has always been a dream of mine, especially after I spent a month in Germany living with an exchange family while in high school. I have been in Italy […]

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  • Chris
  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Spring 2018

Hidden Gems of the Treviso Region 02/28/18

Now that I’ve had some time to settle in at CIMBA and into my new home in Paderno Del Grappa, I’ve come to see the benefits of living in a small town while studying abroad. While there are obvious drawbacks when it comes to things like nightlife and logistical issues such as getting to the […]

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  • Caroline
  • Furman University
  • 2017 Fall

What Held True 12/13/17

        Well, just like that, my semester at CIMBA has come and gone. It’s still hard to comprehend that in what felt like a blink of an eye, I am back to driving a car, using U.S. currency, and speaking solely in English.          It’s been a bittersweet week getting re-acclimated to […]

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  • Julianna

“Women in the Workforce” Workshop 11/10/17

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to attend a workshop led by one of CIMBA’s best professors: Charla Caponi. The workshop was about succeeding as a woman in business, so of course, Charla was the perfect choice to lead it. As a member in Women in Business Club at my home university, I didn’t see much […]

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  • Caroline
  • Furman University
  • 2017 Fall

Living like a Local 10/30/17

        Last Thursday, I had a truly Italian experience. My day started with a company tour of a well-known and highly successful pastry company in nearby Asolo called Forno d’Asolo. Forno d’Asolo is a major supplier to bars (what Americans know as cafes) of frozen croissants and other pastry products. I had […]

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  • Julianna

Local Appreciation – Bassano, Monte Grappa, and Crespano 10/23/17

Although Paderno has a population of 2000 people, that doesn’t stop it from providing a weekend full of exciting adventures. Between the night life of Bassano, the breathtaking views from the summit of Monte Grappa, and the bustling Sunday Market in Crespano, there was never a dull moment. We began our weekend by checking out […]

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  • Caroline
  • Furman University
  • 2017 Fall

My Italian First Impressions 09/27/17

Everyone knows the power of a first impression. First impressions set the tone for how we view a person, place, or experience. Having now spent two and half weeks in Paderno del Grappa, I have experienced lots of first impressions of this place and these people. It’s been equal parts exhausting, exciting, overwhelming, and eye-opening. […]

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