Study Abroad Greater China 2018 in Beijing, Central China, Shanghai, and Taiwan / UTRGV SA Summer I

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Studying abroad isn’t just a fun way to spend a semester – it’s quickly becoming the key to success in our global economy.”
– Michelle Obama

5,000 years of history has made China the world’s most ancient continuous civilization. Its culture and traditions render the country extremely diverse and truly magnificent. China’s unparalleled growth over the past three decades has also made it a rising power and influential country on a global scale. Because of this, understanding China is essential to embracing the future in an ever-globalized world, and learning Chinese is a necessity to stay competitive in the job marketplace. Our unique program offers UTRGV students firsthand experience of China’s deep traditions, as well as its fast-changing realities as a modern society. Whether you seek an artistic experience with a cultural understanding or a personal growth, our fascinating China program provides it all.

Study abroad is a crucial part of a well-rounded higher education. The Study Abroad Greater China 2018 trip will give your 2018 summer an unforgettable memory.

Great Wall Simatai | Photo Source: www.vcg.com

Shanghai at Night | Photo Source: Internet

Mount Heng, Hengyang, China | Photo credit: Joe Jun

Hongcun, Anhui, China | Photo Credit: Yu Le – Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, China

Taipei at Night | Photo Credit: Ping Xu


Poster Design: Ping Xu
Download Study Abroad China 2018 Poster (13″X19″)

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Faculty-led Study Abroad Greater China 2018
Study Abroad Greater China Trip in Chinese Mainland: May 14 – June 23, 2018
Study Abroad Greater China Trip in Taiwan:
June 23 – July 22, 2018 (Optional)


ARTS-4337 Digital Photography | CRN: 61577
ARTS-4388 Special Topics Studio / Visual Travel Journal | CRN: 61576
ARTS-4388 Special Topics Studio II / Chinese Calligraphy |
CRN: TBA
ARTS-4391 Individual Probs / Advertising Internship |
CRN: TBA
ARTS-6387 Special Topics Studio I (Digital Photography) |
CRN: 61577
for Graduate Students
ARTS-6387 Special Topics Studio II (Visual Travel Journal) |
CRN: 61576
for Graduate Students
CHIN-1311 Beginning Chinese |
CRN: TBA
CHIN-2311 Intermediate Chinese |
CRN: TBA

Eligibility: No prerequisite required

China Trip Application Deadline: January 31, 2017


Program Description:

It is a five-week Summer I study abroad trip at Beijing, Shanghai, and Central China in Chinese mainland. Students may participate without prior knowledge of photography and Chinese language. We offer multiple course plans at a very competitive price. After completing the Study Abroad courses in mainland China, students will be eligible to join an optional 4-week English Camp in Taiwan for free.


Course Introduction:


ARTS-4337 Digital Photography: 3 credit hours | Capacity: 15
_taught by UTRGV’s School of Arts professor Ping Xu | Download syllabus here
May 14 – June 23, 2018
ARTS 4337 class is a digital photography course. Students will learn how to visually communicate their ideas in a creative manner. Students will also learned how to set up lighting and shoot models in a professional lighting studio, and to use Adobe image retouching software to edit photos. The effective integration of traditional and digital photographic elements is of particular emphasis in this course. The structure of the class includes landscape and portrait photography, lectures, demonstrations in lighting studio, and project development.

By the end of the course the students will:

1. get familiar with raw format images for digital photography.
2. get familiar with digital imagery for digital print reproduction technology.
3. get the ability to explore visual languages through a variety of image editing software.
4. gain the skills of critical thinking and problem solving through digital photography.

Student work from our Study Abroad 2017 China trip:
http://pxstudio.us/blog/?p=29960
Student work from our Study Abroad 2016 China trip:
http://pxstudio.us/blog/?p=26282


ARTS-4388 Special Topics Studio / Visual Travel Journal: 3 credit hours | Capacity: 15
_taught by UTRGV’s School of Arts professor Robert Gilbert
May 14 – June 23, 2018
ARTS-4388 is a visual storytelling assignment. Students will be required to keep a separate working journal where they recorded impressions, thoughts and experiences. Short pieces of writing were to be developed and paired with photos, drawings, digital tools and found art. And then, after returning to UTRGV, the students’ final project was to print their travel journals in booklet form.


ARTS-4388 Special Topics Studio II / Chinese Calligraphy: 1 credit hour | Capacity: 15
_taught by Shanghai University professor (Equivalence: SHU’s CALLI-1101 Chinese Calligraphy)
May 24 – June 23, 2018

Chinese calligraphy, as one of the most glorious traditional arts in China, is the unique artistic form of Chinese characters. By using a writing brush, Chinese calligraphy expresses the writer’s learning and cultivation, thoughts and feelings, and character and ideology through the changing movements of dots and lines.
Chinese calligraphy has a long history of over 3000 years. It embodies the five thousand–year Chinese cultural accumulation and implies the strong flavor of Chinese nationality’s calligraphy reflects the connotation of the Chinese philosophy and incorporates the aesthetic properties of Chinese music, dancing and painting etc.

By the end of the course the students will:

  • gain the skill to write the typical Chinese calligraphy radicals
  • gain knowledge of and be able to recognize:
    > the “seal” style character
    > the “official” style character
  • be able to write the formal style character
  • know how to use the Chinese writing brush, paper, ink and ink stone.

After successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • identify Chinese in written character
  • demonstrate many written Chinese characters
  • identify both the seal and official style in Chinese character
    apply their knowledge of how to use the Chinese writing instruments

ARTS-4391 Special Problems / Advertising Internship: 3 credit hours | Capacity: 8
May 24 – June 23, 2018
_Open to graphic design students only
_mentored by UTRGV School of Arts professors
_supervised by art directors in TBWA Worldwide and McCann Worldgroup
Preparing students for the real world, Advertising internships can help Graphic Design students identify career paths and shape their future. We effort in association with UTRGV’s Study Abroad office, to take UTRGV Graphic Design students and communication students to China and arrange a four week internship in a world leading advertising agency Shanghai branch, such as TBWA Worldwide and McCann Worldgroup, is scheduled.


CHIN-1311 Beginning Chinese: 3 credit hours | Capacity: 20
May 24 – June 23, 2018
_taught by Shanghai University professor ((Equivalence: SHU’s CHIN-1101 Beginning Chinese)
> Course credit approval form by advisor
> Transfer evaluation form by chair & dean. Every student needs the form to be signed by Dr. Block if the student comes from College of Fine Arts.

This course is designed to enhance 0-level students’ abilities to speak and write Chinese. It starts from the pinyin, then goes forward step by step, involving the most frequently used words and sentence patterns in Chinese vocabulary and grammar, and the most fundamental communication activities in daily life. Includes an introduction to Chinese culture. The course will focus on listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students who begin to learn Chinese are applicable to this course. The course will give the students understanding of Chinese through various teaching methods, i.e. lectures on vocabulary and texts, presentation on given topics, homework and assignments, dictation, etc.
Timely attendance and class participation are essential to the course. Homework and dictation assignments will be assigned for each lesson. One quiz and one test, both will be comprehensive. By the end of the semester students will:

• Be able to demonstrate basic speaking abilities.
• Be able to read and write simple passages.
• Be able to know more about modern life in China


CHIN-2311 Intermediate Chinese: 3 credit hours | Capacity: 20
May 24 – June 23, 2018
_taught by Shanghai University professor (Equivalence: SHU’s CHIN-2201 Intermediate Chinese)

The Chinese course develops students’ basic communication competence in Mandarin Chinese with a focus on listening and speaking, and in simplified Chinese with reading and writing, and their understanding of Chinese culture. The language course will be conducted in Chinese and English.

Students will mainly focus on improving their Chinese pronunciation and tones, learning new grammar patterns and practicing the newly learned grammar and vocabulary. Organized in-class activities include daily dictation, quizzes, memorizing text and completing oral exercises such as retelling stories, making up dialogues, giving presentations, and performing skits. The class helps students strengthen their skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The topics in the textbook cover the most commonly used. The class is designed for 4 weeks. Students are expected to learn at least 20 new Chinese words every class day. Students should be able to function in Chinese in their daily life with good confidence and to hold conversations with local Chinese people on most common topics, such as talking about Chinese culture, food, and customs. In addition, with some high level vocabularies, students can also talk about some social issues.


Teaching Internship in Taiwan (an optional free trip for students who join the China trip)
http://pxstudio.us/blog/?p=29149

June 23 – July 22, 2018
Prerequisite:
• U.S. Citizen and native English speaker
• Join one of the art courses through the Study Abroad China trip
• Join one of the Chinese courses through the Study Abroad China trip

The Taiwan Annual English Camp is customized for UTRGV students who join the Study Abroad China trip in mainland China. It is free of charge to UTRGV students who meet the prerequisite. It is a teaching opportunity and an additional study abroad program only available to our UTRGV China trip participants! UTRGV English Department will provide a 4 hour crash session to students about how to teach an ESL class overseas.


Study Abroad China 2018 Course Options


If you’re an art major, you are welcome to take three courses if your financial status allows:

  1. ARTS-4337 Digital Photography (3 credit hrs : $900 USD)
  2. ARTS-4388 Visual Travel Journal (3 credit hrs : $900 USD)
  3. CHIN-1311 Beginning Chinese (3 credit hrs : $504 USD)

Or

  1. Either ARTS-4337 or ARTS-4388 (3 credit hrs : $900 USD)
  2. Calligraphy Course (1 credit hr : $168 USD)
  3. Advertising Internship (3 credit hrs)

If you’re a non-art major, you are welcome to take three courses if your financial status allows:

  1. ARTS-4337 Digital Photography (3 credit hrs : $900 USD)
  2. ARTS-4388 Visual Travel Journal (3 credit hrs : $900 USD)
  3. CHIN-1311 Beginning Chinese (3 credit hrs : $504 USD)

Or:

  1. Either ARTS-4337 or ARTS-4388 (3 credit hrs : $900 USD)
  2. Calligraphy Class (1 credit hrs : $168 USD)
  3. Beginning Chinese or Intermediate Chinese (3 credit hrs : $504 USD)


Benefits:

  1. Receive academic credits through
    > studying digital imaging courses during the trip and gaining 3-6 academic credits
    > studying a Chinese language course in Shanghai University, and gaining 3 academic credits
    > joining an internship program for Graphic Design students in a world leading advertising agency Shanghai branch, and gaining 3 academic credits and/or an internship experience
  2. Meet Chinese students and Chinese people through multiple partner school visits
  3. Visit world famous historical sites and UNESCO World Heritage Sites through multiple excursions
  4. Experience various types of authentic Chinese cuisine when traveling different parts of China
  5. Gain an increased awareness of the ongoing changes in Chinese society through our exchange cultural activities
  6. Gain a teaching experience overseas though our additional Taiwan trip

Why Study Abroad in Greater China
http://english.pku.edu.cn/Picture/11151.htm

China represents a vast territory with a population in excess of 1.3 billion and boasts more than 5,000 years of uninterrupted civilization. Dramatic landscapes filled with mountains, deserts, steppes, and rivers, combined with a rich culture, booming economy, and ancient history, make China an unforgettable study abroad destination. Whether you want to improve your Chinese language skills, explore multiple cities and remarkable national parks, or take a graphic design class in China, Summer Study Abroad 2018 offers the memorable experience studying in China at a very affordable price.

1) Learn from China’s development
2) Enhance your global experience
3) Improve your career prospects
4) Learn Mandarin Chinese and Simplified Chinese
5) Discover Chinese culture
6) Gain an advertising internship in a world leading advertising agency
7) Gain a teaching experience in Taiwan


China Trip Itinerary:

5/14 M: Depart from McAllen to Beijing
5/15 Tu: Arrive Beijing / Central Academy of Fine Arts
5/16 W: Exchange Activities at CAFA
5/17 Th: Great Wall Simatai, Hebei
5/18 F: Forbidden City, Beijing
5/18 F: 1:05 pm leave Beijing to Hengyang through 7h fast-speed bullet train

5/18 F: Arrive Hengyang, Hunan
5/19 S: Welcome Ceremony / Sightseeing of Hengyang City
5/20 S: Mount Heng Excursion
5/21 M Morning: Lecture of ARTS-4337 & ARTS-4388
5/21 M Afternoon: Lighting Studio Hours of ARTS-4337 Digital Photography
5/21 M Afternoon: Outdoor Shooting of ARTS-4388 Visual Travel Journal

5/22 Tu Morning: Lecture of of ARTS-4337 & ARTS-4388
5/22 Tu Afternoon: Lighting Studio Hours of ARTS-4337 Digital Photography
5/22 Tu Afternoon: Outdoor Shooting of ARTS-4388 Visual Travel Journal

5/23 S: 1:30pm Leave Hengyang to Shanghai through 6h fast-speed bullet train

5/23 Wed: 7:30pm Arrive Shanghai
5/24 Thu: Chinese Summer Camp Begins / Orientation & SHU Campus Tour
5/25 Fri Morning: Lecture of ARTS-4337 & ARTS-4388
5/25 Fri Afternoon: Lighting Studio Hours of ARTS-4337 Digital Photography
5/25 Fri Afternoon: Outdoor Shooting of ARTS-4388 Visual Travel Journal

5/26 Sat: Sightseeing (Shanghai Oriental Tower, SWFC Tower, Bund, and River Cruise)
5/27 Sun: No Activities / Free Time
5/28-6/1: Chinese Classes & Advertising Internship

6/2 Sat: City God Temple / Yu Garden + Tianzifang
6/3 Sun: No Activities / Free Time
6/4-7: Chinese Classes & Advertising Internship

6/8 Thu: Shanghai Disneyland
6/9 Sat Morning: Lecture of ARTS-4337 & ARTS-4388
6/9 Sat Afternoon: Lighting Studio Hours of ARTS-4337 Digital Photography
6/9 Sat Afternoon: Outdoor Shooting of ARTS-4388 Visual Travel Journal

6/10 Sun: No Activities, Free Time
6/11-14: Chinese Classes & Advertising Internship
6/15-16: Wu Zhen, Zhejiang
6/17-18: Ancient Villages: Xidi & Hongcun, Anhui
6/19 Tu Morning: Lecture of ARTS-4337 & ARTS-4388
6/19 Tu Afternoon: Lighting Studio Hours of ARTS-4337 Digital Photography
6/19 Tu Afternoon: Outdoor Shooting of ARTS-4388 Visual Travel Journal

6/20-21: Chinese Classes & Advertising Internship
6/22 F: Closing Ceremony of Chinese Camp & Thank You Banquet to SHU Faculty
6/23 S: Summer I Ends / Back to USA (or participate your additional trip to Taiwan)

6/23 Sat: Arrive Taipei
6/24 Sun: No Activities

6/25 M: English Summer Camp begins / Orientation
6/25-7/1: English Summer Camp: Period-1
7/2-8: English Summer Camp: Period-2
7/9-15: English Summer Camp: Period-3
7/16-20: English Summer Camp: Period-4
7/20 Fri: Closing Ceromony of English Camp
7/21 Sat: Taipei City Sightseeing

7/22 Sun: Taiwan English Camp Ends

During the first week of the trip, students will tour the Chinese capital city Beijing and neighbor province Hebei; the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, and one of UTRGV’s new partner schools Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), the only art academy of higher learning directly under the Ministry of Education, where is located in Beijing and Hebei, China. The Art Academy enrolls about 8,000 full-time students. During three day staying at CAFA, CAFA will arrange an interactive session between students and faculty from UTRGV and CAFA. In addition, we will visit senior student exhibition from CAFA School of Design.

http://pxstudio.us/blog/?p=28448

The Study Abroad team will arrive Hengyang, the second largest city of Hunan province, on May 18, 2017. As one of the partner schools of The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Hengyang Normal University is a public, comprehensive normal (liberal arts) university located in the city of Hengyang, China. The University enrolls about 20,000 full-time students. After arriving Hunan province, students will begin the lecture hours and lab hours for either ARTS-4337 Digital Photography or ARTS-4388 Visual Travel Journal in Hengyang Normal University’s digital labs and lighting studio. After completing the course, a photography exhibition will be taken place in both U.S. and China. http://pxstudio.us/blog/?p=28465

http://gjjlc.hynu.cn/info/1022/1232.htm

After completing the China trip in Hunan province, the team will visit Chinese biggest city and financial center Shanghai, and reside in the international student dorm of UTRGV’s new partner school, Shanghai University. During our four week stay in Shanghai University, students will take one or more Chinese courses, complete their lecture and lab hours for both ARTS-4337 Digital Photography and ARTS-4388 Visual Travel in Shanghai University’s College of Digital Arts. and will be arranged for other program activities.

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  • Chinese language course
  • Chinese calligraphy course
  • Advertising internship
  • Excursions for weekend days
    > Sightseeing in multiple cities
    > Multiple museums in Shanghai (and Taipei)
    > Shanghai Disneyland
    > Evening Tours of Downtown Shanghai
    > Excursion to Zhejiang Province
    > Excursion to Anhui Province

Example of excursion in Shanghai:
Enjoy a night in Shanghai by starting a 90-minute night cruise on beautiful Huangpu River where you can see amazing city skyline and landmarks, such as Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center Shanghai Tower, Shanghai Tower (the second tallest building in the world) and more! The city view along the Bund area in the evening is the most prosperous, which you shouldn’t miss out.

Experiencing Chinese Culture

Through visiting the following UNESCO World Heritage Sites,

  1. Great Wall Simatai
  2. Forbidden City
  3. Xidi Village
  4. Hongcun Village

and through the Study Abroad Greater China trip, students will gain knowledge of the Chinese culture and will experience personal contact with Chinese students from Central Academy of Fine Arts, Hengyang Normal University, Shanghai University, and Chinese common people and their daily life. Students would also meet Taiwanese people and learn Taiwanese culture through our additional free trip in Taiwan.

From Chinese capital city Beijing to commercial center Shanghai, from central China to Taiwan, students will also taste variety of Chinese cuisine styles such as Beijing cuisine, Chinese Islamic cuisine, Hunan cuisine, Shanghai cuisine, and Taiwanese cuisine, and experience authentic Chinese food in Chinese mainland and Taiwan.


Accommodations:

  • In Beijing
    Students will reside in the International Student Dormitory of China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) during the excursion of Beijing.
  • In Hunan
    After arriving Hengyang of Human province, students will reside in an off-campus 3.5 star hotel which is equipped with air condition, TV, Wifi, tables, chair, and bed in a two bedroom with bathroom. Breakfast is available for free. Several cafeterias in campus are available for students. McDonalds, KFC, and Pizzahut are available in the city as well.
  • In Shanghai
    Students will reside in the International Student Dormitory of Shanghai University’s downtown campus during the 4 week travel in Shanghai. (two people share a two-bed room)
  • In Taiwan
    Students will reside in a host family each week during the 4 week travel in Taiwan.

Cost of the Program:
The entire cost of the China trip is very competitive and cost-effective.

The detailed cost sheet will be available after you submit your application package to the Office of International Programs & Partnerships (STAC-3.134)

The cost of program includes:

  1. Fast-speed bullet train tickets from Beijing to Hengyang, and from Hengyang to Shanghai.
  2. Round trip fast-speed bullet train tickets for the excursion of Hubei: Hengyang – Changsha – Enshi
  3. Expenses of excursions in Beijing, Hunan, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Anhui, and Taipei.
  4. Meals, hotel, dorm expenses, and transportation in Beijing, Hunan, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Anhui, and Taiwan, plus entry fees to all UNESCO World Heritage Sites, national parks, historical sites, and scenic sites.
  5. International travel insurance.

Because both ARTS-4337 and ARTS-4388 are photography related classes, students need to take pictures for their visual travel journal project and/or digital photography projects everyday. A DSLR Camera or a Mirrorless Camera is required for joining either ARTS-4337 or ARTS-4388 classes, and an additional tripod is required for joining ARTS-4337 Digital Photography class.


China Trip 2018 Application:

Faculty Led Study Abroad China Trip – Online Application
The online application of UTRGV Study Abroad programs are available on IPP web page:

http://www.utrgv.edu/ipp/study-abroad/vaquero-programs

https://utrgv-horizons.symplicity.com/index.php?s=programs&mode=form&id=93c94fee8deb194dac7b42709cb126b7
The paper-based application materials will no longer be accepted later.


Scholarship Opportunities:

  1. Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)
  2. UTRGV International Education Fee Scholarship 2018:
    http://pxstudio.us/pdf/intl-edu-fee-schlp-2017.pdf
    Application Deadline: Contact ipp@utrgv.edu
  3. FAFSA
    http://www.utrgv.edu/ucentral/paying-for-college/financial-aid/fafsa-faq/index.htm#item1
  4. GILMAN Scholarship 2018 (Contact lizette.leal01@utrgv.edu): http://pxstudio.us/blog/?p=28755
    http://www.iie.org/en/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program#.V9drd7Xoz0F
  5. Pell Grant Program
    http://pellgranteligibility.org/
  6. Scholarship & Financial Aid for Minority Students
    http://www.learnhowtobecome.org/college/financial-aid-for-minority-students/
  7. General Study Abroad Scholarships
    http://www.studyabroad.com/study-abroad-scholarships
  8. U.S. Study Abroad Scholarships & Grants List
    http://www.nafsa.org/About_Us/About_International_Education/For_Students/U_S__Study_Abroad_Scholarships_and_Grants_List/
  9. 63 Study Abroad Grants & Scholarships
    https://www.gooverseas.com/blog/65-study-abroad-grants-and-scholarships

fafsa

Financing a Study Abroad trip almost always seems impossible or unobtainable. But it does not need to be. Financial Aid may assist qualifying students make studying abroad a possibility. Keep in mind that the financial aid programs that a student is eligible for are the same for all students, including students participating in study abroad. However, some students may still have additional loan eligibility for the academic year that has not been used and may be eligible to request additional aid in the form of student loans. Students are also encouraged to apply for scholarships at UTRGV as well as exterior scholarship funds.

Make sure to complete your FASFA if you have not done so. Keep in mind that you must be in Good Standing (SAP) and submit a summer notification beginning January 2. Once you have made a decision to participate in a Study Abroad Program, set-up an appointment with a financial aid advisor to discuss what additional loan options you have available to make your trip possible. Things to keep in mind is that student loans require at least 6 hours of enrollment and loans are always split in two equal disbursements. Also, your Study Abroad class should count towards your degree and you should not graduate prior to your trip.

If you need more information about financial aid and scholarship, please contact the IPP Office and make an appointment directly:

International Programs & Partnerships (IPP)
Email: ipp@utrgv.edu
Tel: (956) 665-2325

http://www.utrgv.edu/ipp/study-abroad/vaquero-programs/index.htm

Detailed information about photography courses:
Professor Ping Xu (ARTS-4337 Instructor): ping.xu@utrgv.edu
Professor Robert Gilbert (ARTS-4388 Instructor): robert.gilbert@utrgv.edu

Study Abroad general questions and application: ipp@utrgv.edu
Gilman Scholarship application: Lizette Leal (IPP Study Abroad Specialist): lizette.leal01@utrgv.edu
For Chinese class information, contact Ping Xu and Lizette Leal for information
Mr. Alan Earhart / Director of UTRGV Study Abroad Office (IPP): alan.earhart@utrgv.edu


Study Abroad Events in Fall 2017

Edinburg

Wednesday September 6, 2017 Study Abroad Scholarship Workshop @ Cenizo Room 2-3pm
Thursday September 14, 2017 Study Abroad Scholarship Workshop @ Cenizo Romm 2-3pm
Thursday September 19, 2017 Study Abroad Scholarship Workshop @ Cenizo Romm 11-2pm
Thursday September 27, 2017 Study Abroad Fair @ The Ballroom 11-1pm
Monday November 13, 2017 Study Abroad Fair @ The Ballroom 12-2:00 pm
Monday November 29, 2017 Study Abroad Parents Info Session @ ESTAC 1.112 6:30-17:30 pm

Brownsville

Wednesday September 13, 2017 Study Abroad Scholarship Workshop @ BMAIN 2.526 1-2pm
Thursday September 26, 2017 Study Abroad Scholarship Workshop @ BMAIN 1.312 11-12pm
Tuesday October 3, 2017 Study Abroad Fair @ The Main Courtyard 11-1 pm
Tuesday November 14, 2017 Study Abroad Fair @ The Main Courtyard 12-2:00 pm

Study Abroad China Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/UTRGVSAC/


Study Abroad China 2017_UTRGV Press Release: Thursday, August 24, 2017 | http://pxstudio.us/blog/?p=28776
http://www.utrgv.edu/en-us/student-experience/study-abroad/2017/august-24-students-gain-artistic-cultural-perspective-studying-graphic-design-and-photography-in-china/index.htm

Study Abroad China 2016_UTRGV Press Release: Thursday, July 21, 2016
http://www.utrgv.edu/en-us/about-utrgv/news/press-releases/2016/july-21-utrgv-photography-course-took-on-added-dimension-as-study-abroad-trip-to-china/index.htm

Taiwan English Camp 2017_UTRGV Press Release: September 5, 2017
http://www.utrgv.edu/en-us/student-experience/study-abroad/2017/september-7-students-captured-youngsters-hearts-and-vice-versa-when-teaching-english-in-taiwan/index.htm


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Ping Xu_MFA
Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
School of Art
2412 Business 281 (S. Closner)
Edinburg, Texas 78539
(956) 665-7500 | ping.xu@utrgv.edu
 
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