|Senior's study abroad experience
featured in National Geographic
RELEASED: Oct. 7, 2004
DANVILLE, KYA recent Web poll conducted by National Geographic Traveler asked college students where they would most like to visit. Japan came in at No. 5 and a Centre student served as the magazine's tour guide.
Scott Duzan, a senior biology major from Hardinsburg, Ky., studied abroad in Japan last spring.
For any student heading to Japan, Duzan has insightful suggestions of what to doand eat. He says not to pass up yakiniku (a grilled dish that allows you to hand-pick your ingredients) or okonomiyaki (an omelet) at the dinner table.
For more on Duzan's experiences in Japan, visit his travel journal at http://www.centre.edu/web/admission/traveljournals/.
Italy was the No. 1 destination in the National Geographic poll, followed by Australia, Hawaii and France. Centre offers a full-term international program in Strasbourg, France, and will have a winter term course taught in Australia this year. Centre students have also studied in Italy in past years.
Centre has one of the nation's leading foreign-study programs. Seventy-five percent of Centre students study abroad during their four years at the College, putting Centre in the top 10 of 3,500 colleges and universities in the country.
For more on international study Centre, visit http://web.centre.edu/studyabroad/.
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