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ANTH 140/ANTH 197: Anthropology of Alcohol
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Julia Arsenis

Liberal Arts Major(s): Psychology
Minor: Anthropology
Hometown: Northfield, New Jersey

What was the best part of your experience?

As it is impossible to list just one thing that I consider to be the best, I'll name everything that made the experience more than worthwhile. Not only did I get to bond and establish closer relationships with all of the other students and professors on the trip while learning amazing things about the people and culture of Denmark, but I also got to participate hands-on with the learning. We were constantly touring and learning in big groups through museums and historical sites, rather than just in a classroom.

I feel more educated than I ever have before about the culture of alcohol and overall history, structure, and culture in Denmark.

How did this experience impact you academically?

This experience impacted me academically in that I feel more educated than I ever have before about the culture of alcohol and overall history, structure, and culture in Denmark.

How will this experience impact your career goals?

This experience has prompted me to continue to take all the measures I can to study abroad again and to continue to study/work outside of the country for the rest of my life. I now am even more intrigued about conducting psychological research in other countries.

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