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Allie Nunes



Your first step is Abroad 101. We offer Global and Regional advising on a drop-in basis; see the advising schedule. You can also connect with an advisor via phone, email or live chat!

During the Spring 2018 semester, Allie advises on Tuesdays from 9 am - 1 pm.

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Allie manages a number of programs and is part of the Europe & Middle East Regional Advising Team. She is also a member of the Advertising, Marketing, & Outreach Team, coordinates all Study Abroad outreach events, and supervises the Marketing & Outreach Interns.

Allie graduated from CU Boulder in Broadcast Production with a certificate of International Media. She participated on Semester at Sea during the spring of 2009, exploring Spain, Morocco, Namibia, South Africa, Mauritius, India, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Japan, and Guatemala. After catching the travel bug from that enlightening experience, she joined the CU Study Abroad team as a Peer Advisor for the following 2 years as a student. She took a break one summer to work as a Production Intern at Canterbury Television in Christchurch, New Zealand. After graduation, Allie continued working as a Global Advisor before leaving for the adventure of Peace Corps in 2012. During her 2 1/4 years of service in the Peace Corps: Philippines, she lived with a host family in a nipa hut and worked as a public high school English teacher. She was also very involved with gender development initiatives (GLOW Camps), environmental sustainability projects, and founded DNHS Glee Club. Allie is now enjoying being back at CU Study Abroad, having had the opportunity to study, volunteer, or work in over 20 different countries across the globe.

Allie manages the following study abroad programs:
  •     Semester at Sea
  •     CIEE: Morocco, Jordan, Turkey, & The United Arab Emirates
  •     Israel: Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University
  •     IES Music Programs (Amsterdam, Milan, Paris, & Vienna)
  •     Renaissance Music & Arts program in Florence
  •     SU Abroad (Syracuse programs) - Florence, Hong Kong, Istanbul, London, Madrid, & Strasbourg
  •     Exchange: American University in Cairo
  •     Exchange: Arabic Language Institute & ALI Egypt (summer)
  •     Exchange: University of Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Faculty-Led Global Seminars:
  • French Connections (Bordeaux, France) with Professor Thomas Zeiler
  • Visualizing Dante's Inferno (Florence, Italy) with Professor Suzanne Magnanini
  • Human Geography of the Czech Republic (Prague) with Professor Jennifer Fluri
  • Russian Language & Culture (St. Petersburg) with Professor Artemi Romanov