Undergraduate Students

International Stories

Check out essays, blogs and stories by Stamps students on their international experiences:

Paris 2015

Led by Pulitzer Prize winning documentary photographer and professor David Turnley, this course leverages his experience to offer 15 students the opportunity to intensively photograph one of the most beautiful cities in the world for six weeks, study French Language and Culture at the Paris College of Art, and produce a book of photographs documenting the various neighborhoods of Paris.

Italy 2015

Stamps students immerse themselves in the art, science, architecture, and history of Florence, Italy. Follow our journey…

Gabon 2015

Students travel to Gabon to design and build improved stoves, water filters, bee hives, brick making devices, battery charging and home lighting, and electric fencing.

Japan 2015/2014

Students head to Japan to experience firsthand the successful cooperation between facilities for people with disabilities, schools, museums, governmental and non-governmental organizations.

China 2014

With Professor Endi Poskovic, Stamps students travel to China to study printmaking, art and culture and share stories of their explorations of this majestic land and its people.

Ireland 2014

Students travel to Ballyvaughan, Ireland for Robert Platt's "Landscape and Shadows" class, May 2014.

Italy 2014

Students spend the summer working with Professor Lou Marinaro in Florence, Italy.

Tanzania 2014

Students travel to Lesoit, Tanzania, working with a local Maasai tribe to create clean cookstove version 2.0 - and more.

Tanzania 2013

Students design and build better, safer cook stoves with a Maasai tribe in Tanzania.

Indonesia 2013

Students head to Yogyakarta, Indonesia to work with traditional and contemporary Javanese artists, including world renown political printmaking collective, Taring Padi. The trip is led by Stamps School lecturers Charlie Michaels and Emilia Javanica-White.

Ghana 2012

10 students spend 3 weeks staying and working in Nungua, a village outside of Accra, with a local NGO called Cross Cultural Collaborative - Aba House as it is known locally.