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Sharks Abroad | Office of International Affairs
Horvitz Administration Building, Room 253
3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale FL 33314





Sharks Abroad Staff

All Sharks Abroad program advising begins with our Sharks Abroad Peer Advisors.  They will help you learn more about the application process, financial aid options, credit transfer, and even help you prepare for your adventures at our pre-departure orientation. You are able to schedule an appointment with any of our Sharks Abroad Peer Advisors by emailing



Cassidy Campanella is a sophomore Public Health major and a dual admit for the 8 year Osteopathic Medicine Program. She is in Razor’s Edge Shark Talent, with minors in Theater Arts and Pre-health. Cass traveled to Bologna, Italy to participate in a medical fellowship during the summer. She gained over 70 clinical hours in a local hospital and got offered to be a published coauthor of an international research paper from an Italian surgeon. She is extremely passionate about helping everyone gain an amazing study abroad experience, even if it is nontraditional.

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Karlee is a Senior and an International Studies major with a minor in Global Engagement. She studied abroad in London, England at University of Roehampton in 2017 and in Granada, Spain at Universidad de Granada in 2019. She is also a member of Razor’s Edge Global and an International Studies Abroad (ISA) Global Ambassador. This is her third year as a Sharks Abroad Peer Advisor and she hopes to encourage all students to pursue international education because it has been such a positive impact on her life.   

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Chanté Lively is a junior marine biology student with two minors in Global Engagement and Spanish. She is a member of Razor’s Edge Global. She studied abroad with a faculty-led travel study for MBIO 3450: Survey Marine Mammals to Canada and Seattle during Spring Break 2019. It was a great experience full of networking, hands-on experience in marine mammals, and diving more into the field of marine biology beyond the classroom. Chanté loves traveling to new places and hearing the stories of those who have also experienced international education. As a Sharks Abroad Peer Advisor she can't wait to help your study abroad dreams come true. 

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Ariella is a sophomore Biology major and Studio Art minor. Over the summer of 2018 Ariella studied Physics I and II for eight weeks in Glasgow, Scotland. After a week of studying hard, she spent the weekends traveling all over Scotland, enjoying its natural beauty and famous spots featured in movies like Harry Potter. She never thought she would ever study abroad, believing it was out of reach due to her major and interests, but after spending a summer in Scotland, Ariella realized the entire world was open to her and to anyone. Now she works with the Sharks Abroad Office to encourage and assist NSU students in fulfilling their own abroad experience. 

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Haley Tract is a Senior and an International Studies major with minors in Spanish and Experiential Leadership. She is also a member of Razor’s Edge Leadership. Haley studied abroad during the Fall 2018 semester in Sevilla, Spain at the Universidad Internacional Pelayo Menéndez. All her life, she had dreamed of traveling all over the world. Studying abroad granted her the opportunity to make that a reality. As a Sharks Abroad Peer Advisor, she hopes to help students find a destination that is suitable for their academic, cultural, and personal travel goals.  

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Kathy is a senior and a psychology major with a minor in honors transdisciplinary studies. She studied abroad in South Korea at Korea University in Summer 2019. It has always been a dream of hers to study in another country and she never really imagined that it would happen. After learning about all the scholarships available, she was able to make her dreams come true. Going to South Korea for a summer helped her grow into a more confident person and has taught her many valuable life lessons. Now she works in the Sharks Abroad Office and would love to help other students achieve their dreams of going abroad! 

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Sharks Abroad Peer Advisors are overseen by Jeannie Jaworski, DIrector of International Affairs and Sarah Brandt, Graduate Assistant for International Affairs and Razor's Edge Global. 


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