Managerial Economics Advisor Elizabeth Clark-Anibaba Awarded Global Learning Hub Award
March 4, 2020
Managerial Economics advisor, Elizabeth Clark-Anibaba, received a Golden Globe (or “Globbie”) award from the UC Davis Global Learning Hub at the annual advisor luncheon in January. The award recognizes contributions to global learning for advisors that go above and beyond to support study abroad students. Clark-Anibaba was one of five advisors awarded a Golden Globe this year, with other winners representing East Asian Languages & Cultures, Economics, and Psychology departments respectively.
Clark-Anibaba, who will celebrate 21 years as an advisor in Managerial Economics this July, said, “I truly enjoy advising students in their preparation for studying abroad and hearing about their journeys and adventures when they return. Our students travel all over the world learning about different cultures and customs in other countries and gaining a greater understanding of the world. From summer abroad to quarter aboard to semester at sea, students are having enriching and rewarding educational experiences and at the same time satisfying requirements towards their degree.”
She went on to say that one of the biggest advantages of studying abroad for many students is the chance to become immersed in a totally different environment. The experience shapes their character and helps prepare them for life in a global world. Furthermore, having an international experience and education is valued by employers and gives students an edge in the job market.
Each year more than 1,300 UC Davis students study abroad across 40 countries. Managerial Economics majors who study abroad can study everything from agricultural science and sustainability in Costa Rica to political science at the London School of Economics. For more information about global learning opportunities at UC Davis, visit the Global Learning Hub site
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