We were delighted to welcome Oakland Community College from Michigan to Ireland, for the first OCC /ISAI program. Our OCC group were joined by Sinclair Community College students and faculty on their first study abroad trip to Ireland with us. On our first day, we traveled to beautiful Donegal via Loughcrew Megalithic Centre where
We have a number of different blogs here – we always keep a blog of each school and college visit, – we also have a some blogs on our choices of the best movies, music and poetry of Ireland- and we have some blogs that feature beautiful photographsof our local history and culture. Just click through and if you can’t find what you’re looking for, let us know.
We gave a big fáilte to our old (and new) friends from Bellevue College and Olympic College, Washington State. These two colleges have collaborated before on a Civil Rights/Social Justice program incorporating modules on Sustainability and on Radio Journalism. Our friends Professor Tim Jones and Steve Scher brought the Bellevue
Our thanks to faculty from Clackamas Community College OR, Sul Ross State College TX and Normandale Community College MN who came to visit our campus in April 2019, to plan for future programs in business studies, sports management, nursing and healthcare, and arts. We were blessed with warm sunny weather
We had a big ‘cead míle fáilte’ for Virginia Tech, under the guidance of Professor Bob Bush, who made Donegal the home for their program on sustainability and culture. This ran as a collaborative program with Tarrant County College Geology and culture, so we spent a lot of time enjoying
We were delighted to welcome our first group of students from Tarrant County College, Texas to ISAI, lead by the amazing Dr. B herself! The TCC students participated in a collaborative program with Virginia Tech, who came to study sustainability and culture. Dr. Balakrishnan and VT Professor Dr. Robert Bush
Where would we be without our old friends from Davidson County Community College? Thanks to the trojan work of Suzanne La Venture, DCCC returned in numbers for another interdisciplinary study abroad program in Ireland, and there was much craic and ceol and fun! We welcomed the troops on a typical
This March, we were very pleased to welcome nursing & healthcare students from Seminole State College Florida. We have been asked for many years to design a program that would be suitable for nursing/healthcare students, so with the cooperation of Program Manager of Nursing Lyne Chamberlain, and Program Manager of Health
We are old friends and enthusiastic supporters of the Milwaukee Irish Festival, and when they proposed the idea of doing a program in Ireland that would include history, culture, traditional music and some time in Donegal, we jumped at the chance and designed an ISAI program to suit. And so
We kicked off 2019 with a blast! On Jan 4, students from Drew University NJ and Birmingham Southern College AL boarded flights to fly to Ireland for a ten day global scholars program which included a one-day symposium in association with the University of Ulster, Letterkenny Institute of Technology and
We often get asked ‘when’s the best time to go to Ireland’, and we say, quite honestly, that you never can tell! And to prove this, probably one of our very best programs of 2018, weather-wise, was the visit of the University of West Alabama in late November this year.
We held our annual Professional Development Symposium in Ireland in November 3-9 2018 This program is designed for Early College Community College & Consortia Administrators, Study Abroad Advisors and Faculty leaders, interested in creating or increasing the capacity of the educational institution to offer high quality, affordable and accessible short-term
Ethan Paguirigan came to the Institute of Study Abroad Ireland with Hawaii Community College, Hilo. Please do click on this link to see Ethan’s wonderful visual presentation about his trip to Ireland. It’s awesome! MAGNIFICENT IRELAND