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Ninety years ago, America's first study abroad program was launched at the University of Delaware. Since then, Blue Hens have traveled to every corner of the globe...even Antarctica!

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The FLLT group at the Atacama Desert in Chilli.

Students learn how steel drums are made in Tobago.

Students in the ENWC Cambodia/Vietnam group have been spending time at a non-profit called Free the Bears. Global Study Ambassador Kerry tweeted a picture after meeting this little guy.

ENGL study abroad in New Zealand.

First Year Experience students had an exciting adventure this Winter in Costa Rica.

Students abroad standing in front of Olympic Park in Beijing this Winter.

During the 2014 winter session, 20 students majoring and minoring in nutrition had a cultural immersion in Hawaii to learn about the relationships between diet and health.

Students hiking while studying abroad in Austria.

Women's Studies group in Versailles.

First year experience students mural painting in Costa Rica.

Students diving in the Cayman Reef this Winter.

Nursing students abroad in Australia this winter learn about Royal Flying Doctors a transportation service for patients.

SOCI students in London this winter are enjoying tea time, Big Ben, red phone booths, and british accents.

The FLLT group on the top of the world in Santiago, Chile.

The CRJU/SOCI group "suited up" to visit the Communication University of China.

This student expanded her global perspective by traveling to Barbados to study abroad.

Students traveling abroad to Bad Ragaz, Switzerland.

After a trip to the Byzantine Museum, the Athens FLLT group "took a well needed break to have some yummy crepes!"

A glowing sunset greets Plastino Scholar Ian Guthoff during his adventure across America's national parks. Discover more about the Plastino Scholars Program on Nov. 6 in 318 Gore Hall.

Have your voice heard! That's what Plastino Scholars Katie Yoder and Jillian Farquharson did in their documentary film "On the road: Finding the Voices of America." Come to an interest meeting to learn more about the program on Oct. 29 at 7 p.m.

According to the MUSC in Trinidad & Tobago Global Study Ambassadors, "It's always a good time to dance in Tobago!"

This was the picturesque view from Plastino Scholar Allison Solowsky's houseboat during her trip to Guyana! The first 2014 Plastino Scholars interest meeting is Oct. 29.

A treat from "one of the best gelato shops in Greece!"

Capetown, South Africa. "No other place like this in the world," said Plastino Scholar Alexandra Davis. The first 2014 Plastino Scholars Program interest meeting is just two weeks away.

Plastino Scholar Marcela Omans navigated through the tiny streets of downtown Bogota during a summer she'll never forget. 2014 Plastino Scholars interest meetings are Oct. 29 and Nov.6.

UD's Plastino Scholars have accomplished an incredible amount! Come to the first interest meeting on Oct. 29 to learn more.

Plastino Scholar Allison Solowsky took in amazing sights at the Kaieteur Falls in Guyana. The first 2014 Plastino Scholars Program interest meeting is Oct. 29.

A farewell dinner for the FLLT in Germany group. "One of the best experiences of my life. Thank you, everyone that made it possible.

"We took a day trip to Asa Wright Nature Reserve where we went on a hike in the rain forest learning all about the surrounding habitat. We ended with a refreshing swim under a waterfall!"--MUSC in Trinidad & Tobago

"We felt victorious after climbing this steep mountain in Sen Monorom, Cambodia! #UDabroad"--@Kerry Phillips

"Not even the cold weather could deter us from going to a church service in Bach’s church!"--Global Study Ambassador Alexis, FLLT program in Germany

The ENGL in Australia group "taking in the sights at Admirals Arch on Kangaroo Island."

Andrew, a student in the FLLT in Granada group, takes part in the culture of Sevilla.

UD hosts students from the Middle East and North Africa as part of their six week Middle East Partnership Initiative

Applied Anthropology students learn how to make crafts from local artisans in Peru.

Blue Hens Amanda, Gina and Zara sip on fresh coconut water during the semi-final rounds of a steel band competition in Tobago!

Students in the FLLT in Costa Rica program show off their hand painted oxcart wheels.

The ENWC in Costa Rica group display the UD and Costa Rican flags with pride

It's a pizza party for the FLLT students in Athens! After cooking with a wood-fired oven, they look pretty excited to taste their creations.

Sunset over the Caribbean sea on an evening boat ride in Tobago

ART in Paris students outside of a cemetery in the foggy French countryside

Students in the American West program take in the views on a Navajo reservation in Utah

Members of the FLLT group in Athens sit by a warm lake in the sun.

"Gasmasks and hardhats on at the only active volcano in New Zealand #UDabroad"--@emilylieb

La Plaza de España, Sevilla, España by FLLT Global Study Ambassador Nina

ART in Paris students Kristene, Lex, Kelly and Molly in a French vineyard

A rainbow over Costa Rica by Global Study Ambassador Amelia

A Blue Hen and a toucan in Costa Rica

The waterways of Venezia, as seen by the MSEG/PHIL Global Study Ambassadors in Italy

Members of the BUAD/FINC group--in matching jumpsuits--prepare to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia.

Blue Hens catch some rays while penguins prefer the shade in South Africa

The EAS/FLLT in China group on the city wall of Xi'an

A serenade on the beaches of Trinidad and Tobago for this MUSC program Blue Hen abroad.

Sea turtles at sunset--The ENWC students in Costa Rica witnessed a rare event on Friday: "We set out in search of baby sea turtles hatching and found over 800 females coming onto the beach to lay their eggs. This event only occurs 3 days in a month for only a few months and we were so thrilled to have seen it!"

"Just have fun and play from the heart, because that’s what it’s all about."--The Trinidad and Tobago MUSC students start each day with a steel drum lesson.

Here's hoping your morning is as enjoyable as it is here in Genova, courtesy of the MSEG/PHIL Global Study Ambassadors in Italy

@neenskiis: UD Study Abroad Granada 2013 goes to Sierra Nevada! #UDAbroad

The beautiful back porch of the Cheddi Jagan Research Center in Guyana

Plastino Scholar Dan is working towards creating sustainable food models in Minnesota

Plastino Scholar Marcela is spending summer 2013 working in the same Columbian adoption institute she was adopted from

Zebras in Tanzania, by Carly Burrus

Spanish/Service Learning in Panama, Winter 2012

Dominica, Winter 2012

Town of Capileira, Spain

Snowy streets of London

Is Nessie out there?

View from the top of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

One of the many stops on a trip from Spain to France.

Student Caitlin Baker in Valencia, Spain.

Granada, Spain by Caitlin Baker.

Student Kristen Dempsey stands on the Greenwhich Meridian.

From Scotland, with love. By Kristen Dempsey.

Semana Santa in Granada, Spain. By Jaclyn Roman.

Good Friday "Soledad" procession in Spain, by Jaclyn Roman

Blue Hens on an elephant in Vietnam

Nutrition and Dietetics Students in Hawaii, Winter 2012

Nursing students in South Africa

A group of students photograph the sun setting over the Yaeda Valley, Tanzania. Photo Credit: Steven Pope

The mountain peaks of Tanzania

3rd place 2011 study abroad photo contest winner. Brian Davis, India.

2nd place study abroad 2011 photo contest winner. Holley Kline, Tanzania

1st place Study Abroad photo contest winner, 2011. Griffin Lotz, Tanzania

Join University of Delaware professor Jake Bowman of Wildlife Ecology and photo teacher Jon Cox and his students on a 26-day, photography-centric guided safari in Tanzania during January, 2011.

La Fete des Lumieres (Festival of Lights) was one of the remarkable sights in Lyon, France.

Students in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pose for a photo, with Sugarloaf Mountain visible in the background.

Two Maasai warriors rest on the top of Oldonyo Sambu, Tanzania, overlooking their land, the Maasai Steppe. Photo by Morgan Fiore, Study Abroad Tanzania

The London study abroad group with a famous bridge in the background.