CSU Student Earns International Study Honor
COLUMBUS, Ga. — Amanda Rodwell, a Columbus State University student from Tecumseh, Ontario, recently earned the 'Outstanding International Studies Student Award” for 2009 from the Georgia Consortium for International Studies.
Rodwell, right, a senior history major, is the first Columbus State University student to capture the honor. She was recognized for participating in study abroad programs in England, Italy and Peru and for 'The Constant Gardener and Pharmaceutical Companies in Africa” — a research paper she presented to a panel of consortium judges on March 13 in Clarkston, Ga.
The consortium is a partnership of 17 Georgia institutions of higher education aimed at promoting intercultural understanding and fostering faculty international development.
For more information, contact Columbus State's Center for International Education at 706-565-4036