Tag Archives: Fall 2013

Henry Schwartz – blogger Spring 2014

Hello! My name is Henry Schwartz and I am excited to be one of your three Champlain Abroad Dublin bloggers for this semester! I am an Environmental Policy major with a minor in Business Administration with Champlain College. Henry Schwartz, Official Champlain Abroad Dublin blogger Spring 2014.  I knew that I wanted to travel abroad […]

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Champlain Dublin goes Carol Singing

For the third year in a row Champlain Abroad Dublin went Carol Singing in aid of Barnardos. Barnardos is a children’s charity established in Ireland in 1962 and is one of the most well known and most respected charities. The Irish President Michael D Higgins is the Patron. Barnardos work with vulnerable children and their […]

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Sign painting in Dublin – Past and Present

A short documentary about sign painting past and present in Dublin city from the creative guys at Toejam and talented film maker Colin Brady. Enjoy! Gentlemen of Letters – A Dublin Sign Painting Film from Colin Brady on Vimeo. APPLY NOW TO STUDY ABROAD! READY TO GET THAT INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE? VISIT WWW.CHAMPLAIN.EDU/ACADEMICS/INTERNATIONAL-EDUCATION

The Landscape Intertwined

There seem to be a lot of students who upon arriving to Dublin like to make their very first question, “where are all the sheep?” It doesn’t seem very much like Ireland at all, at least not the Ireland we like to picture, and so some people immediately write Dublin off as not having that […]

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Psychology major abroad in Dublin

My name is Kevin Ngo. I am a senior industrial/organizational psychology major. My original placement with Champlain Abroad Dublin in the Community Advocacy and Inquiry class, EHS 300, was with Crosscare, a program that helps refugee seeking teens coming into Ireland without family get situated with family unifications or foster care while taking classes in […]

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How One School Helps Students Break Through Barriers

As a part of Dr. Darren Kelly’s Community Advocacy and Inquiry class at Champlain Abroad Dublin, psychology, social work and education students have the opportunity to be directly involved with the Dublin community through weekly placements at a local community-based organization or school. During the fall, his students were placed in a range of locations: […]

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