World with a View

Purdue classrooms extend far beyond the campus of West Lafayette, especially for students from the College of Health and Human Sciences who take advantage of various study abroad opportunities. Here is a small sampling of what they caught with their cameras overseas.


Lena Gerber, a junior in psychological sciences, found the Opera House in her lens in Sydney, Australia, as an exchange student at the University of Queensland in November 2011.

Streets of India

India morning prayer

Halim Yoo, a senior in human development and family studies, brought back a couple of great shots from his studies in India. The first was taken while riding a bicycle rickshaw through the narrow streets of Old Delhi in monsoon season. "It began to rain very hard," Yoo says. "We got soaking wet through the ride, but it was one of the most memorable experiences I had on the trip." On a visit to a school with an ashram, he arrived just in time for morning prayer.

Ireland Cliffs of Moher

Holly Campbell (CLA '12) photographed classmate Alex Colsten (CSR '12) in July 2011 on the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland.

Tai Shan

Elizabeth Overpeck, a junior in hospitality and tourism management, took an eight-hour hike with two friends up 5,000 steps to reach the top of Tai Shan, one of the five Chinese mountains sacred to Buddhists.

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