It's natural to feel anxious. And it's important to travel with the proper preparations and expectations.
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Meet the former military and diplomatic officers providing international intel, travel advice, and emergency response services to the University's travelers.
Getting scammed can happen to the best of us. Learn what to watch for to avoid being a target.
Advice for men and women on what to cover, when, and where based on travel experiences in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
A security professional shares her experience and highlights what you can do if you find yourself in a similar situation.
Start planning now for potential changes in immigration, employment, project costs, and more.
Typically twice per year, we host a special on-campus enrollment event for faculty and staff to apply for the Global Entry Trusted Traveler program.
Which global trends may affect your international programming and travel? We're keeping a close watch and can help you navigate potential changes.
The CDC continues to warn travelers about the mosquito-borne virus spreading in Africa, the Americas, the Caribbean, Asia, Oceania, and the Pacific Islands.
Know what to look for and what to avoid when attending organized or spontaneous events abroad.