Upcoming Faculty-led Study Abroad programs for Summer 2023


Over 200 Engineering students will be traveling to 16 different countries during May and Summer 2023.  Programs include service-learning experiences in Rwanda and Kenya, a core engineering course, a Spanish for Engineers course, a professional development course with students from the Minorities in Engineering Program (MEP), and many other exciting topics.  Faculty interested in leading a program in 2024 should contact Jill Churchill churchil@purdue.edu to start the process.

  • ME 270 Basic Mechanics I in Florence led by Chuck Krousgrill
  • Regulatory and Clinical Science for Global Health in Japan led by Aaron Lottes and Yunjie Tong
  • Biomedical Modeling for Global Health in Scandinavia led by Elsje Pienaar and Joseph Rispoli
  • Bioinspired Design and Structures in Singapore led by Andres Arrieta
  • Introduction to Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition in the French Riviera
  • Smart Mobility in Europe-Germany and Czechia
  • European Transportation Systems and Supply Chains led by Darcy Bullock and Debbie Horton
  • Global Design and Innovations for Pre-Engineering in Taiwan led by Wei Qiu
  • EPICS Rwanda led by Bill Oakes
  • Practical Utility Platform in Kenya led by John Lumkes
  • Experience German Engineering led by Julia King and Francisco Montalvo
  • Professional, Intercultural, and Global Development in Colombia led by Heidi Parker
  • System Dynamics Modeling in Pamplona, Spain led by Joaquin Goni 

Faculty and qualified staff interested in leading a short-term engineering study abroad program (STEP) during Spring Break or May/Summer 2024 are encouraged to contact Jill Churchill in Global Engineering.  You develop the academic content and GEPP will assist with the administrative tasks, travel logistics, and student management.  Deadlines for proposals are August 15 for Spring Break and September 1 for May/Summer programs.  Email churchil@purdue.edu to get started.