Our students share the highlights of their semester in the LIU Global Australia Program, which is a spring-semester option for students starting in their sophomore year.

The LIU Global Class of 2018 has arrived in Costa Rica and is ready to begin a year full of adventures!

Sleeping next to a baboon in Namibia? Waiting for over 12 hours for a train in India?

Class of 2014 alum Claire Morehouse shares some of the unique experiences she had while at Global and the lessons they taught her in this lighthearted, funny speech she delivered at this year’s Senior Recognition Ceremony.

LIU Global Class of 2014 alum Emory O’Donnell delivers a beautifully eloquent and inspiring speech at the Senior Recognition Ceremony held on May 14th, 2014 at the LIU campus.

A photo montage of Professor Willie Hiatt’s “Andean History, Culture, and Politics” course in Peru, in which three LIU Global students participated.


On a more serious note, here is the course photo montage, set to “The Walker” by Fitz and the Tantrums.

Melissa Mohamed, Megan Rocke, and Brianna Stuczynski, the three lovely LIU Global students who joined Professor Willie Hiatt’s summer couse in Peru!


Three LIU Global students—Melissa Mohamed (China), Megan Rocke (China), and Brianna Stuczynski (Costa Rica)—have joined the Peru course. No word yet on how Melissa’s and Megan’s “Animal Planet” auditions turned out. For Global’s unique four-year immersion B.A., students experience diverse cultures and people through classes, fieldwork, service learning, internships, and independent studies at sites in Costa Rica, China, India, Australia, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and South Africa.

A few shots from Professor Willie Hiatt’s “Andean History, Culture, and Politics” course in Peru, in which three LIU Global students participated. These are of their climb up Putucusi, a mini-mountain, directly opposite Machu Picchu. Amazing shots!!!


Monday’s climb up Putucusi.

Three LIU Global students participated in LIU Post Professor Willie Hiatt’s “Andean History, Culture, and Politics” course along with twenty-one other students from LIU Post and LIU Brooklyn. They spent three weeks in Cuzco and visited Machu Picchu, the “lost” city of the Incas seen above.


Machu Picchu is as photogenic as any place in the world.

Flashback to graduation day this past May 15th! A few shots of our LIU Global Class of 2014 graduates. Our students make us so proud!

Photos by Marie Tornquist, Class of 2014

In early April, LIU Global China Center students and staff, along with Professor Lorna Baez from the Costa Rica Center (who was visiting at the time) embarked on a challenging trek along the ancient Hui-Hang Caravan Trail, on the border between Anhui province and Zhejiang province. Starting in the Tang Dynasty (A.D. 700), this trail functioned as an important trade route through which tea, silk, nuts and other important goods were exchanged between the two provinces. Our students accomplished a 13-mile hike along the winding trails, camped on the top of the mountain, and visited two historic towns, all while enjoying the gorgeous views!

Photos by Paloma Criollo, Class of 2015

LIU Global Australia Program students go snorkeling during a tour of Julian Rocks in Byron Bay, exploring some of Australia’s most bio-diverse marine areas with Professor Zan Hammerton. Photo by RoseMary Nash

Are you an LIU Global incoming freshman for fall 2014? Here are some words of advice from our rising sophomores!

From April 13 to April 19, LIU Global India Center students visited one of India’s most fascinating states, Kerala, to examine the economic and cultural dimensions of urban-rural contrasts in that state. Here is a photo and video collage sophomore student Clarissa Gordon put together with images from the trip!

Thinking about transferring into LIU Global? Some of our students share why they decided to transfer into LIU Global from other colleges and universities.

Here is sophomore Nikki Higgins who begins to reminisce about her favorite times this school year in India before she heads back home! “Holi, the holiday of love was beautiful in every way possible,” she said.

Submitted by Clarissa Gordon, Class of 2017, India Center