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70 Students Study Abroad in Nebraska at Oxford Program

Jul 17 2017 4:00 PM
70 Students Study Abroad in Nebraska at Oxford Program
University of Oxford
Seventy University of Nebraska–Lincoln students are participating in the 29th annual Nebraska at Oxford program July 16-August 12. Sponsored by the College of Business, the global immersion program provides four weeks of courses at the University of Oxford in England, the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Nebraska at Oxford is the university's most popular study abroad program with more than 1,900 alumni who now live in 39 states and 10 countries.
 
“The Nebraska at Oxford Program is the premier study abroad program offered at the university because of our relationship with the faculty and staff at Oxford,” said Dr. Kathy Farrell, interim dean and State Farm Professor of Finance. “Our students gain a competitive edge in the job market by having the opportunity to study at this prestigious university. We also know from the program’s alumni that it provides an experience they will never forget.”
 
The program is open to undergraduate students of all academic majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Business students take two lecture-tutorial courses on British political and international economic policy called Political Economy of Britain Since 1945 and International Economics, for six hours of UNL academic credit. Non-business students can enroll in the course, Shakespeare's Dramatic Arts rather than International Economics. Lecturers for the courses are world-renowned faculty from the University of Oxford.
 
Cultural excursions supplement the course lectures and tutorials, including having high tea, attending the horse races at Sandown Park and a West End show in London, and experiencing a Royal Shakespeare Company performance in Stratford-upon-Avon.
 
Anne Greff, a junior economics major from Lincoln, Nebraska, is sharing her Nebraska at Oxford experience through a blog for the College of Business. Greff chose to apply for the Nebraska at Oxford program because it enables her to complete six economics credit hours while exploring and familiarizing herself with English culture.
 
Greff said, “I'm most excited to get to explore new places with new friends. Traveling in a new country is the perfect opportunity to bond with people and get to know them.”
 
The following students are participating in Nebraska at Oxford. They are listed by hometown and the information includes their year in school and academic major.
 
NEBRASKA
Aurora: Alex Schneider, junior accounting      
Blue Springs: Alexis Thrasher, junior child, youth and family studies    
Crete: Matthew Siedhoff, senior accounting     
Elkhorn: Lauren Maciejewski, junior finance; Trevor Willenborg, senior international business and marketing
Grand Island: Madison Smith, senior economics and biological sciences; Emily Thayer, senior management    
Hastings: Alex Keller, senior biological sciences; Jacob Parker, senior business administration
Humboldt: Casey McNealy, junior accounting 
Johnson: Brooklyn Westenburg, junior accounting and supply chain management
Lincoln: Nadir Al Kharusi, senior economics and global studies; Eric Barton, senior economics and finance; Lauren Bruning, junior global studies and sociology; Anne Greff, junior economics; Talia Halperin, senior international business; Jing Li, senior finance; Matthew Meginnis, senior accounting; Catherine Nyberg, senior finance; Jennifer Pitsch, junior economics       
Moorefield: Sage Schmidt, senior management
North Bend: Makenna Kreikemeier, senior business administration       
Omaha: Jacob Baron, senior business administration; Garrett Conte, junior English; Kelsey Coziahr, junior economics and biological sciences; Joseph Dooley, senior business administration and marketing; Abbie Kubat, junior economics; Steven Mah, senior advertising and public relations and journalism; Emani Marshall-Loving, senior political science; Jessica Puetz, senior economics; Samuel Stevenson, junior economics and finance
Papillion: Grant Horton, junior management and marketing
Sidney: Nicholas Castner, senior management and marketing
Snyder: Madison Kreikemeier, senior business administration   
Wood River: Shelby Woitaszewski, senior management and marketing
 
ELSEWHERE
Brookfield, Wisconsin: Patricia Altenbach, senior accounting
Changchun, China: Meihui Li, junior accounting and economics
Eagan, Minnesota: Jack Schaefer, junior supply chain management
Garretson, South Dakota: Jennifer Baum, senior finance
Georgetown, Malaysia: Carmen Quah, junior supply chain management
Hartford, South Dakota: Garrett Miles, senior marketing
Huntington Woods, Michigan: Madison Cross, senior marketing
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Jia Lai, senior actuarial science and finance; Farida Musa, junior international business; Dilraj Singh, senior mathematics; Se Tan, senior agribusiness
Lake St. Louis, Missouri: Christian Demand, senior business administration
Mount Prospect, Illinois: Kyler Lecomte, senior accounting
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: Andrea Lim, senior advertising and public relations and English
Plymouth, Minnesota: Robert Elsner, senior economics
Prior Lake, Minnesota: Rachel Kleist, junior economics
Prospect Heights, Illinois: Dean Simmons, senior economics
Schofield, Wisconsin: Paris Gunderson, senior actuarial science and finance
Selangor, Malaysia: Ahmad Abd Razak, senior economics
Shenzhen, China: Chenkai Wang, senior marketing; Linyi Zhang, junior international business and chemistry
Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Kevin Nelson, senior finance; Cole VanderWoude, junior economics
Subang Jaya, Malaysia: Naim Firdaos, senior finance; Hau Low, senior economics
Topeka, Kansas: Luke Schnacker, junior economics and finance
Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin: Donald Strasheim, senior English language arts
Winfield, Illinois: Samantha Nair, senior economics
Woodbury, Minnesota: Lauren LeTourneau, senior supply chain management; Kelsey Pflieger, junior economics and marketing
Wuhan, China: Hongling Tang, junior economics
Wuxi, China: Bowen Cui, senior business administration
Xi'an, China: Linting Chen, senior finance; Xuanting Liu, senior finance; Wen Yang, senior finance

70 Students Study Abroad in Nebraska at Oxford Program

Jul 17 2017 4:00 PM
70 Students Study Abroad in Nebraska at Oxford Program
Seventy University of Nebraska–Lincoln students are participating in the 29th annual Nebraska at Oxford program July 16-August 12. Sponsored by the College of Business, the global immersion program provides four weeks of courses at the University of Oxford in England, the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Nebraska at Oxford is the university's most popular study abroad program with more than 1,900 alumni who now live in 39 states and 10 countries.
 
“The Nebraska at Oxford Program is the premier study abroad program offered at the university because of our relationship with the faculty and staff at Oxford,” said Dr. Kathy Farrell, interim dean and State Farm Professor of Finance. “Our students gain a competitive edge in the job market by having the opportunity to study at this prestigious university. We also know from the program’s alumni that it provides an experience they will never forget.”
 
The program is open to undergraduate students of all academic majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Business students take two lecture-tutorial courses on British political and international economic policy called Political Economy of Britain Since 1945 and International Economics, for six hours of UNL academic credit. Non-business students can enroll in the course, Shakespeare's Dramatic Arts rather than International Economics. Lecturers for the courses are world-renowned faculty from the University of Oxford.
 
Cultural excursions supplement the course lectures and tutorials, including having high tea, attending the horse races at Sandown Park and a West End show in London, and experiencing a Royal Shakespeare Company performance in Stratford-upon-Avon.
 
Anne Greff, a junior economics major from Lincoln, Nebraska, is sharing her Nebraska at Oxford experience through a blog for the College of Business. Greff chose to apply for the Nebraska at Oxford program because it enables her to complete six economics credit hours while exploring and familiarizing herself with English culture.
 
Greff said, “I'm most excited to get to explore new places with new friends. Traveling in a new country is the perfect opportunity to bond with people and get to know them.”
 
The following students are participating in Nebraska at Oxford. They are listed by hometown and the information includes their year in school and academic major.
 
NEBRASKA
Aurora: Alex Schneider, junior accounting      
Blue Springs: Alexis Thrasher, junior child, youth and family studies    
Crete: Matthew Siedhoff, senior accounting     
Elkhorn: Lauren Maciejewski, junior finance; Trevor Willenborg, senior international business and marketing
Grand Island: Madison Smith, senior economics and biological sciences; Emily Thayer, senior management    
Hastings: Alex Keller, senior biological sciences; Jacob Parker, senior business administration
Humboldt: Casey McNealy, junior accounting 
Johnson: Brooklyn Westenburg, junior accounting and supply chain management
Lincoln: Nadir Al Kharusi, senior economics and global studies; Eric Barton, senior economics and finance; Lauren Bruning, junior global studies and sociology; Anne Greff, junior economics; Talia Halperin, senior international business; Jing Li, senior finance; Matthew Meginnis, senior accounting; Catherine Nyberg, senior finance; Jennifer Pitsch, junior economics       
Moorefield: Sage Schmidt, senior management
North Bend: Makenna Kreikemeier, senior business administration       
Omaha: Jacob Baron, senior business administration; Garrett Conte, junior English; Kelsey Coziahr, junior economics and biological sciences; Joseph Dooley, senior business administration and marketing; Abbie Kubat, junior economics; Steven Mah, senior advertising and public relations and journalism; Emani Marshall-Loving, senior political science; Jessica Puetz, senior economics; Samuel Stevenson, junior economics and finance
Papillion: Grant Horton, junior management and marketing
Sidney: Nicholas Castner, senior management and marketing
Snyder: Madison Kreikemeier, senior business administration   
Wood River: Shelby Woitaszewski, senior management and marketing
 
ELSEWHERE
Brookfield, Wisconsin: Patricia Altenbach, senior accounting
Changchun, China: Meihui Li, junior accounting and economics
Eagan, Minnesota: Jack Schaefer, junior supply chain management
Garretson, South Dakota: Jennifer Baum, senior finance
Georgetown, Malaysia: Carmen Quah, junior supply chain management
Hartford, South Dakota: Garrett Miles, senior marketing
Huntington Woods, Michigan: Madison Cross, senior marketing
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Jia Lai, senior actuarial science and finance; Farida Musa, junior international business; Dilraj Singh, senior mathematics; Se Tan, senior agribusiness
Lake St. Louis, Missouri: Christian Demand, senior business administration
Mount Prospect, Illinois: Kyler Lecomte, senior accounting
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: Andrea Lim, senior advertising and public relations and English
Plymouth, Minnesota: Robert Elsner, senior economics
Prior Lake, Minnesota: Rachel Kleist, junior economics
Prospect Heights, Illinois: Dean Simmons, senior economics
Schofield, Wisconsin: Paris Gunderson, senior actuarial science and finance
Selangor, Malaysia: Ahmad Abd Razak, senior economics
Shenzhen, China: Chenkai Wang, senior marketing; Linyi Zhang, junior international business and chemistry
Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Kevin Nelson, senior finance; Cole VanderWoude, junior economics
Subang Jaya, Malaysia: Naim Firdaos, senior finance; Hau Low, senior economics
Topeka, Kansas: Luke Schnacker, junior economics and finance
Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin: Donald Strasheim, senior English language arts
Winfield, Illinois: Samantha Nair, senior economics
Woodbury, Minnesota: Lauren LeTourneau, senior supply chain management; Kelsey Pflieger, junior economics and marketing
Wuhan, China: Hongling Tang, junior economics
Wuxi, China: Bowen Cui, senior business administration
Xi'an, China: Linting Chen, senior finance; Xuanting Liu, senior finance; Wen Yang, senior finance