4S1F69 Take The Time To Reflect

It's amazing how learning about an overseas location can excite a person's curiosity. Learning about the intricate components of a nation and its history can be the impetus for someone to want to place themselves within the environment they are learning about.

In this episode we sit down for chat with McKenzie Dow. McKenzie is an American expat currently living in Dublin, Ireland. She became interested in Ireland after taking courses about the nation. Overtime, she became inseparable from her adopted nation.

Tune in to hear how this energetic American expat fell in love with her host nation while at the same time pursuing a Ph.D. related to child development. McKenzie also goes over some of the differences she has noticed in education. By the way, what is this Fergus thing?

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