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Global Cultural Experience

  • Mexico City 2015
  • Mexico City Cathedral and Pyramid
  • Schoolchildren in Guatemala
  • Study Abroad: Ávila, Spain - Summer 2016
  • Alternative Spring Break 2013
  • Dancing Students
  • SDSU students help at a Guatemalan elementary school over their spring break.

Good Times in Mexico City 2015

SDSU students worked with local community members in rural areas and explored the Teotihuacan Pyramids.
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Study Abroad: Mexico City - Winter & Spring 2016

Study Abroad. Download the informational flyer.

Study Abroad: Guatemala – Spring & Summer 2016

There will be several trips to Guatemala in 2015.

Study Abroad: Ávila, Spain - Summer 2016

Study Abroad. Download the informational flyer and get further details at the Study Abroad Options page.

Alternative Spring Break Guatemala

9 Days, 30 People, 1 Amazing Country...a video presentation by Phoebe Nishimoto.
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Dancing in Guatemala

Phoebe Nishimoto captures dancing moments during spring break in Guatemala.
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Students Research and Give Back Abroad

SDSU faculty, staff & students will travel abroad this spring to conduct research and perform service projects.

    The COE Global Cultural Experience

    The COE Global Cultural Experience offers students a perspective of both a country’s diverse people and the critical issues of its society, commerce, political spheres, religion(s) and culture(s). These experiences extend an opportunity for students to explore their responsibility to the global community.

    There is an array of global experiences that exist on and outside of the SDSU campus. Each department should determine the various kinds of global experiences (for credit and not for credit).

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    Contact Us

    Dr. Sarah Maheronnaghsh


    Phone: 619-594-3266 

    Office: EBA 259

    Office Hours:

    • Monday, 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.
    • Tuesday, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
    • Thursday, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
    • No office hours March 7 & 8th