[Alumni Reflection] Carolina Basualdo: Panchos and Politics in DC and Colorado
I traveled to USA in 2014 six colleagues from Argentina, all invited by ACPYL and Fundacion Universitaria Rio de la Plata (FURP). We participated in a program that included visits to Washington, DC, Denver and Colorado Springs. It was a … Continue reading
[US to Argentina ’15] Andrew Kovalcin: “11 Things You Should Know About Argentina”
One might think of Argentina as just another country in South America but it’s much more than that. Aside from the beautiful landscape and the acclaimed wines, there’s much more complexity and depth to the country and its people. … Continue reading
[US to Argentina ’15:] “Building understanding and partnership with Argentinian friends”
This year marked our 30th anniversary of exchanges with Argentina, and for 12 days, our 7-member American delegation met with local officials, business and university representatives, explored Buenos Aires and Tucumán, and much more.
[US to Argentina] Crystal Clark: What I Learned When I Threw Out My To-Do List
You get the call and you are excited, nervous and overwhelmed simultaneously. ACYPL just called and invited you to be part of a delegation to a country you’ve never visited. Being a planner and list maker by nature, I began to … Continue reading