Students participating in the criminal justice program in London, submitted by Global Study Ambassadors for Dare to Explore 2012.

Dare to Explore

Social media updates from students across globe to be featured this Winter Session

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10 a.m., Jan. 2, 2013--The University of Delaware community is invited to join the adventures of Blue Hens abroad this winter with “Dare to Explore,” a social media campaign that features pictures and updates from students spending Winter Session around the world.

From the beaches of Costa Rica to the best theatre in London, the range of updates to be featured on UD’s Facebook and Twitter accounts will represent the diverse and exciting opportunities UD’s study abroad program has to offer.

Global Stories

Borel Fellows

In an effort to identify the first Borel Fellows, Mark Rieger, dean of UD's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, will travel to Kenya in November.

Rwanda overcomes

For Louise Mushikiwabo, minister of foreign affairs and cooperation for the Republic of Rwanda and a 1988 UD alumna, an Oct. 1 return to campus was a homecoming.

UD Global Study Ambassadors

Picked by social media representatives in the Office of Communications and Marketing, Global Study Ambassadors are the students who provide content for Dare to Explore.

Now in its third year, Dare to Explore saw a record number of Global Study Ambassador applications.

Some Global Study Ambassadors are working together with fellow students in their programs to create blogs that will provide much of the Facebook content for Dare to Explore, and others are tweeting about their adventures using the hashtag #udabroad

For those who have questions about Dare to Explore or UD Social Media, email socialmedia@udel.edu

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