Where to Find GEO This Spring!

Punxsutawney Phil might have predicted six more weeks of winter, but GEO certainly isn’t hibernating! In the months to come, GEO staff will be...

GEO is in Kyrgyzstan!

Students now have the unique opportunity to study Human Osteology and Field Studies in Kyrgyzstan under the direction of Professors Jeanne McLaughlin and Patrick...

GEO Announces $20,000 in New, Dedicated Funding for Partner-Only Scholarships!

Beginning in January 2018, Global Education Oregon (GEO) is pleased to announce a new annual allocation of $20,000 in scholarships available exclusively to our...

Embracing Diversity in 2018

In 2018, Global Education Oregon (GEO) is excited to be deepening our commitment to diversity, and we invite our partners to engage with us...

Priority Discount Deadline

Did you know that GEO offers a priority deadline discount to partner students? This $100 discount is one month before the final application deadline....

Faculty-Development Grants Open for Application

Global Education Oregon (GEO) is excited to announce the 2018 faculty-development grant applications are now open! Applications are due by February 15, 2018. Annually,...

GEO Student’s Work Featured in Daily Emerald

This past summer, Rachel Benner attended GEO’s Journalism in London program at the GEO London Center. From the wide range of courses on aspects...

GEO Is On the Road This Fall!

Are you attending a professional conference this fall? GEO may be there – and we’d love to see you! GEO Institutional Relations Representatives are...

A Fond Au Revoir & Angers Updates

After 17 years of dedicated service, Sue Crust, GEO’s longtime Angers, France, site director, has announced her retirement following our Spring Semester 2018 program. We wish...

Q&A with New IR Team Member Jane Thiele

In July 2017, Jane Thiele joined the expanding GEO Institutional Relations (IR) team as its Senior Institutional Relations Representative (Midwest & Southeast Regions) to...