Amanda Hoffman says the 14 days she spent in India will influence decisions she makes the rest of her life.
“I wish I had traveled more outside the U.S. while in college. How much of a different person would I be now?”
Hoffman was part of a delegation of students from UGA’s College of Engineering and the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences that spent two weeks this spring in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The study tour, supported by the UGA Office of International Education and the U.S Department of Agriculture, focused on environmental concerns and bioenergy opportunities in the region on the southeastern tip of the Indian subcontinent.
You can read about their experience in the latest issue of Discover UGA.