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KENOSHA, WIS. — More than 260 Carthage College students traveled with faculty on international study tours in January.

Students from Racine County:


  • Natalie Vitek studied in Honduras with professors Dan Miller and Paul Martino.


  • Faith Trebiatowski studied in India with Professor Margaret Wentzell.


  • Stephanie Miranda studied in India with Professor Margaret Wentzell.
  • Maria Rapeta studied in Nicaragua with professors Matt Zorn and Scott Hegrenes.
  • Willow Newell studied in Tanzania with professors Andrea Ng’weshemi and Deborah Masloski.


  • Maya Zenner studied in Singapore with professors Andrea Henle and Steve Udry.
  • Jessica Schultz studied in Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands with Professor Deb Tobiason.


  • Nathaniel Henkel studied in Belgium with Professor Michael Phegley and adjunct faculty member Margaret Zienkewicz.

A Carthage tradition since the early 1970s, these short-term study tours allow students to experience new cultures and ideas without committing to a full semester abroad.

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Founded in 1847, Carthage is located on the idyllic shore of Lake Michigan in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the thriving corridor between Milwaukee and Chicago.

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