Global Gateway

The UW Global Gateway Initiative makes study abroad accessible to students with demonstrated financial need through two different avenues:  Summer programs and Fellowships. All students participate in pre- and post-program engagements and onsite activities to integrate their time abroad with academics and professional development. We strive to embody the Wisconsin Idea by encouraging students to share their experiences and knowledge gained abroad to positively impact the UW-Madison community, Wisconsin, and beyond. UW Global Gateway Summer programs and Fellowships are provided in partnership with the Office of Student Financial Aid and the Institute for Regional and International Studies.

Faculty and/or academic departments who are interested in collaborating on UW Global Gateway Programs should contact Dan Gold, IAP Director.

Summer 2022

Washington, DC

Investigate the intersection of race and politics across a range of issues, including immigration, criminal justice, and health care.

The UW Global Gateway in Washington, DC program is funded fully in partnership with the UW-Madison Office of Student Financial Aid.

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First Impressions

First Impressions 

  • First Impressions: The Five Senses in Washington, DC
  • A “We’re not in Madison Anymore” Moment

 

A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life 1

  • Daily Life in Washington, DC
  • Places: Routine and Favorite
  • Food in Washington, DC

A Day in the Life 2

  • Our Global Classroom
  • Learning on Excursions
  • A “I’ve never thought about that before” moment

Discoveries & Reflections

Discoveries

  • A home away from home in Washington, DC
  • Local interactions
  • An Impactful Moment
  • A New Experience

Reflections

  • Top Ten List: Washington, DC
  • Final Reflections
  • My program experience in 100 words

Copenhagen, Denmark

Explore the vibrant city of Copenhagen while diving into the experiences of African Americans who have visited, lived, studied, and performed there during the 20th century.

The UW Global Gateway in Denmark program is funded fully in partnership with the Scan Design Foundation and the UW-Madison Office of Student Financial Aid.

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First Impressions

First Impressions

  • First Impressions: The Five Senses in Copenhagen
  • A “We’re not in Madison Anymore” Moment

 

A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life 1

  • Daily Life in Copenhagen
  • Places: Routine and Favorite
  • Food in Copenhagen

A Day in the Life 2

  • Our Global Classroom
  • Learning on Excursions
  • A “I’ve never thought about that before” moment

Discoveries & Reflections

Discoveries

  • A home away from home in Copenhagen
  • Local interactions
  • An Impactful Moment
  • A New Experience

Reflections

  • Top Ten List: Copenhagen
  • Final Reflections
  • My program experience in 100 words

Spring 2022 Fellows

Major: English, Honors in the Liberal Arts, Philosophy

Hometown: Oconomowoc, Wisconsin

Program: Honors at University College Utrecht Exchange; Utrecht, Netherlands

Follow Lindsey’s Experience

Major: Environmental Sciences, Global Health

Hometown: Two Rivers, Wisconsin

Program: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Exchange; Sweden

Follow Sharon’s Experience

Major: Biomedical Engineering, Spanish

Hometown: Darlington, Wisconsin

Program: WIP Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Madrid, Spain

Follow Roxi’s Experience

Major: Biology, Global Health

Hometown: Somerset, Wisconsin

Program: UW in Florence; Florence, Italy

Follow Georgia’s Experience

Major: Journalism

Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri

Program: University of Westminster; London, England

Follow Sadik’s Experience

Summer 2022 Fellows

Majors: Genetics & Genomics and History with Honors

Certificates: Excellence in Stem Cell Sciences and Environmental Studies

Home Affiliations: Ronald E. McNair Scholars, Community Environmental Scholars Program, Center for Educational Opportunity Scholar

Program: UW Health & Food Systems: Human, Agricultural, & Environmental Health in Ghana

Follow Robert’s Experience (Link coming soon)

Major:

Nursing and Gender & Women’s Studies

Hometown: Los Angeles, California

Program: University College Dublin Nursing in Ireland

Follow Yesenia’s Experience (Link coming soon)

 

Major: Neurobiology and Psychology

Hometown: Madison, Wisconsin

Program: UW Global Health Community Health and Health Disparity in Nepal

Follow Riva’s Experience (Link coming soon)

Major:

Double major in Community and Environmental Sociology, Landscape and Urban Studies

Hometown: Green Bay, Wisconsin

Program: DIS Study Abroad in Scandinavia in Copenhagen, Denmark

Follow Shealynn’s Experience (Link coming soon)

Major: BM Piano Performance

Hometown: Ann Arbor, Michigan

Program: DIS Study Abroad in Scandinavia in Copenhagen, Denmark

Follow Heavyn’s Experience (Link coming soon)

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