Saying Goodbye to London

Spending six weeks in one of the most global cities in the world has been an experience I will never forget. Part of me thinks six weeks was not nearly enough time, and I really wish that the program was not coming to an end. It was extremely difficult to do everything I wanted to…

Interning Internationally

After working at Anderson Tours for nearly six weeks now, I feel confident that I can now talk about all aspects of the internship in an accurate way. The start of my internship was a little bit stressful, and nothing went according to plan in the beginning. Because I was out of the country at…

Living in Camden Town

Camden Town, which is considered the capital of music in the UK, has been the place that I have called home for the last three weeks now. The area is extremely lively, and there is always something going on no matter what day of the week it is. Famous singers such as Billie Eilish and…

Commuting in London

After living in London for over a week, I feel confident in my ability to navigate through the city and can now easily travel to my internship, classes, and other nearby locations with little to no challenges. Getting around the city is so much easier than I had originally anticipated thanks to the London Underground,…

Introducing Myself: Let the Countdown to London Begin

My name is Silvia Bononi and I am a sophomore at the University of Pittsburgh’s College of Business Administration. At Pitt, I am pursuing a double major in Accounting and Marketing as well as a Certificate in Leadership and Ethics (CPLE). In addition to my coursework, I serve as the Vice President of Community Service…

Meet the Pitt Business Student Bloggers for Summer 2019!

Welcome to the Panther Study Abroad Program! Panther Program Blog Overview The University of Pittsburgh’s Panther Programs are offered for all students covering almost every academic major. Each Panther Program scholarship recipient participated in a program long blogging initiative to share their experiences with friends, family, and prospective students. Meet the Summer 2019 Pitt Business Student…

A Tribute to Trinidad: Final Thoughts

Participating in a semester long global service-learning project has undoubtedly taught me an abundance of key lessons. Despite the project only lasting around fifteen weeks, I am confident that I will carry the lessons that I have learned with me into my future academic pursuits and career. After having the opportunity to reflect on the…

The Town at the End of the Road: A Tribute to Matelot

Prior to departing for Trinidad, there was a host of expectations that I had regarding the challenges related to cultural and ethical norms while abroad. As anticipated, some of these expectations held true, and others were found to be meniscal and had little impact on completing the project itself. The primary difference I had expected…