Dare to Explore

In 1923, America's first study abroad program was launched at the University of Delaware. Since then, Blue Hens have traveled to every corner of the…
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This is a photo of another UD student learning from the women of the Hadza tribe. In Tanzania, we stayed with different tribes and shared the same camping grounds as them. The Hadza tribes have very few people left in them. They practice traditional values, which is why they are dying out. This tribe is a hunter-gatherer tribe and here the women are teaching us gathering. This photo is capturing the digging up of tubers (a root similar to potatoes). Photo by Zoe Shaw People, Traditional, Camping Hacks, Camping, Hadza Tribe, Tribe, Women, Gathering, People Leave
This is a photo of another UD student learning from the women of the Hadza tribe. In Tanzania, we stayed with different tribes and shared the same camping grounds as them. The Hadza tribes have very few people left in them. They practice traditional values, which is why they are dying out. This tribe is a hunter-gatherer tribe and here the women are teaching us gathering. This photo is capturing the digging up of tubers (a root similar to potatoes). Photo by Zoe Shaw
Through my program, I had the opportunity to take a cooking class that taught us how to cook Spanish dishes such as Tortilla Española, gazpacho and paella. In this picture we're making Crema Catalana, the Spanish version of crème brulee.Photo by Samantha Keller Gazpacho, Spanish Dishes, Paella, Spanish, Dishes, Crema Catalana, Ethnic Recipes, Cheese Fondue, Creme
Through my program, I had the opportunity to take a cooking class that taught us how to cook Spanish dishes such as Tortilla Española, gazpacho and paella. In this picture we're making Crema Catalana, the Spanish version of crème brulee.Photo by Samantha Keller
After meeting our new Spanish friend Gerard at a hostel in Florence, he invited us to spend a weekend with him and his family and gave us a tour throughout the coast of Spain and through Alicante to his hometown of Denia! His family made us great homemade paella as well as many amazing tapas. He and his family were such giving and kind people and gave us an unforgettable experience.Photo by Noah Burchard Tours, Florence, Alicante, Hostel, University Of Delaware, Weekend
After meeting our new Spanish friend Gerard at a hostel in Florence, he invited us to spend a weekend with him and his family and gave us a tour throughout the coast of Spain and through Alicante to his hometown of Denia! His family made us great homemade paella as well as many amazing tapas. He and his family were such giving and kind people and gave us an unforgettable experience.Photo by Noah Burchard
Meeting the children from the indigenous village of Isla San Cristobal.Photo by Michelle Kenney Children, Isla, San Cristobal, Village, Meeting, Dares, Michelle
Meeting the children from the indigenous village of Isla San Cristobal.Photo by Michelle Kenney
During my program, we were lucky enough to spend a night in a traditional Maori village in New Zealand. While there, we learned a bunch of traditional Maori dances like the one being demonstrated in the photo.Photo by Matt Hahn Dance, Maori, Bunch, Night, Lucky, Explore
During my program, we were lucky enough to spend a night in a traditional Maori village in New Zealand. While there, we learned a bunch of traditional Maori dances like the one being demonstrated in the photo.Photo by Matt Hahn
During my study abroad experience, I worked with a 6th grade to learn Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.Photo by Brittany Benner Study, Learning, Study Abroad, Experience, Learning Microsoft, Abroad, Powerpoint, Grade
During my study abroad experience, I worked with a 6th grade to learn Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.Photo by Brittany Benner
While visiting at a local fabric making business, we noticed everyone getting ready to prepare dinner so we asked them if they needed any assistance. They were so happy and let us help them peel their garlic.Photo by Kassidy Kellagher Dinner, Business, Ready, Visiting, Photo, Fabric
While visiting at a local fabric making business, we noticed everyone getting ready to prepare dinner so we asked them if they needed any assistance. They were so happy and let us help them peel their garlic.Photo by Kassidy Kellagher
My fellow World Scholar and roommate Matt (far right) introduced me to his old Belgian friend Martijn (middle). This photo was taken in Ghent, Belgium after a day of exploring.Photo by Daniel Bresnahan Belgium, Scholar, Daniel, Olds, Ghent Belgium, Middle, Ghent, Exploring
My fellow World Scholar and roommate Matt (far right) introduced me to his old Belgian friend Martijn (middle). This photo was taken in Ghent, Belgium after a day of exploring.Photo by Daniel Bresnahan
While exploring on motorcycles in Yangon, Myanmar, we found a collection of pagodas that were illuminated by the setting sun. On the way to the largest pagoda, a monk heard us speaking and asked where we were from. He wanted to practice his English with the first Americans he had seen in a long time. He was kind, inquisitive, and loving. I learned so much that night and the impact he had on me is only partially captured in this photograph. Photo by Tyler Garrison English, Yangon, Monk, Yangon Myanmar, Pagoda, American, The First Americans, Photographer
While exploring on motorcycles in Yangon, Myanmar, we found a collection of pagodas that were illuminated by the setting sun. On the way to the largest pagoda, a monk heard us speaking and asked where we were from. He wanted to practice his English with the first Americans he had seen in a long time. He was kind, inquisitive, and loving. I learned so much that night and the impact he had on me is only partially captured in this photograph. Photo by Tyler Garrison
Christchurch, New Zealand. In early 2011, Christchurch experienced one of the worst earthquakes in its history. The 6.3 magnitude quake caused severe damage to structures across the city, some of which are still being rebuilt today. The memorial shown exhibits 185 chairs, one for each person killed during the disaster. A sign invites visitors to simply choose a chair they feel speaks to them, and to sit remember those who were lost.Photo by Talha Ehtasham History, Christchurch, Disasters, Earthquake, Structures, Rebuild, Outdoor Furniture, City
Christchurch, New Zealand. In early 2011, Christchurch experienced one of the worst earthquakes in its history. The 6.3 magnitude quake caused severe damage to structures across the city, some of which are still being rebuilt today. The memorial shown exhibits 185 chairs, one for each person killed during the disaster. A sign invites visitors to simply choose a chair they feel speaks to them, and to sit remember those who were lost.Photo by Talha Ehtasham
This photo was taken from a gondola in Venice, Italy at sunset.Photo by Natalie Fiacco Venice Italy, Italy, Venice, Travel, Sunset, Antarctica
This photo was taken from a gondola in Venice, Italy at sunset.Photo by Natalie Fiacco
Cuban cigars are known as the best cigars in world because they are made from high quality material and much care and attention goes into making each cigar. This is the beginning of that process.Photo by Matthew Aromando Good Cigars, Cigar, Cuban, High Quality, High, Best
Cuban cigars are known as the best cigars in world because they are made from high quality material and much care and attention goes into making each cigar. This is the beginning of that process.Photo by Matthew Aromando
The Kea's are some of the most amazing birds you'll ever see - they're super friendly and curious and walk right up to you in the mountain passes in New Zealand. They're described as mountain parrots and have awesome colors throughout their feathers on their backs.Photo by Matt Hahn Bird, New Zealand, Parrots, Animals, Birds, Mountain, Mountain Pass, Friendly
The Kea's are some of the most amazing birds you'll ever see - they're super friendly and curious and walk right up to you in the mountain passes in New Zealand. They're described as mountain parrots and have awesome colors throughout their feathers on their backs.Photo by Matt Hahn
BBC Symphony Orchestra performing at the Barbican. University of Delaware students are in the audience in January 2017.Photo by Liza Dennis Orchestras, Symphony Orchestra, Symphony, Concert, Orchestra, Audience, Dennis, Bbc
BBC Symphony Orchestra performing at the Barbican. University of Delaware students are in the audience in January 2017.Photo by Liza Dennis
Old Havana is filled with life, color, and a vibrant spirit. There is a new story to be told from stoop to stoop, cultivating a rich and intimate community.Photo by Kathryn Diaz Rich, Stoop, Vibrant, Life, Community
Old Havana is filled with life, color, and a vibrant spirit. There is a new story to be told from stoop to stoop, cultivating a rich and intimate community.Photo by Kathryn Diaz