Study Abroad Representatives are engineering students who have had an international experience and who wish to motivate other
students to become more aware of the world. The representatives are engineering students who have completed at least one international
experience, either study abroad or work abroad, and who want to help promote Global Engineering Engagement Programs. The representatives
participate in several types of activities:
- Office Hours in Kunkle Lounge: During fall and spring semesters, study abroad representatives hold office hours
daily in their cubicle on the top floor of Kunkle Lounge (the corner of Hammond and Sackett Buildings) and are available as a resource
to students who are curious about international opportunities in the College of Engineering.
Click here to view their current schedule.
- Presentations: Representatives are available to give presentations in first-year seminars and other classes, as well
as during information sessions or to student group meetings.
- Events: During special events, such as the International Engineering Fair, the representatives are called upon to
help promote the international opportunities for engineering students.
- Consultation: The representatives provide valuable feedback about programs and new initiatives to be undertaken
by Global Engineering Engagement Programs.
If you’re interested in becoming part of the Study Abroad Representative Program, apply
online or contact the program coordinator for more information.
You can learn more about the current representatives by checking out the representatives’
bios. If you have questions for the representatives, you can email them at
If you’re a Penn State faculty or staff member or student group leader and would like to arrange for a representative to speak in a
classroom or assist with an event, please email email@example.com.