GCU Global Education

Ecuador

“It was surreal” – Reflecting back to Ecuador

By: Brianna Barbarise If I could sum up my experience in just two words, I would say that it was surreal. I never imagined myself visiting a paradise like the Galapagos Islands, and 1 month later I am still looking back at my pictures pretending I was still there. I got to do many activities

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ghana

Reflections from Ghana

By: Yasmin Amaro-Garcia ’22  Hey everyone, it’s Yasmin here! I loved my experience abroad to Ghana as my colleagues and I provided free medical care to residents. We did wound care, malaria testing, medication administration, and blood pressure readings in several villages from infants to older adults. And when we weren’t working, we got to

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Video Snapshots of Nursing Campaign in Ghana

GCU nursing students spent the past week volunteering in rural villages in Ghana providing free wound care and malaria outreach.  To get a glimpse of what these experiences were like, see the video clips below from different days of volunteering. Play Play Play Previous Next

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Final day of Volunteering

By : Kerry Mendes We had our final Malaria outreach in Apeguso!  A total of 149 people attended, 19 positive cases and 130 negative cases.  We did blood pressures, wound care, medication administration, and Malaria testing on people of all ages from infants to adults.

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Prague

A Glimpse of Czech Republic

Hannah Koutishian, studying abroad this January in Prague, Czech Republic, shares some recent sites from her time abroad. By: Hannah Koutishian We took a trip to the town of Pilsen to see the brewery where the Pilsner Urquell beer is originally made. We were able to take a walking tour around Pilsen and head to

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Rome

Heart is Content in Italy

Rome Faith Bennett shares some photos of the Arch of Constantino, Colosseum, Palatine Hill and many Ancient Roman ruins. “My heart is content! I can’t wait to learn more with future tours!” Florence Last day trip to Florence! A walking tour of Florence included a few things such as the houses of the Medici family,

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