Category: Global Learning Across the Curriculum

Enhancing Healthcare and Nursing Programs Abroad Through Sustainable Global Partnerships

Wednesday, May 31
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Table 5

Gain insights from Montana State University's healthcare and nursing programs abroad to non-traditional destinations with an emphasis on creating and maintaining sustainable global partnerships.

Krysta Gorder

Faculty Led Program Coordinator
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT

Krysta is the Faculty-Led Program Coordinator at Montana State University, where she collaborates with faculty to facilitate short-term study abroad programs. An alumnus of MSU, Krysta holds a B.A. in Modern Languages & Literatures with a major in Spanish K-12 Teaching and a minor in Global Studies. During her undergraduate career, Krysta studied abroad in Spain for two semesters at Universitat de Barcelona and Universidad de Salamanca. Following graduation, she became TESOL certified and taught K-8 English in Chile at Colegio San Sebastián de Los Andes. Based on her own experiences, Krysta became an advocate for the personal, professional, and academic transformation that occurs through experiential learning abroad. In 2014, she received an M.A. in International Education from SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT where she pursued putting her passion into practice. A North Dakota native and long-time southwest Montana dweller, Krysta most recently returns to Bozeman from Pace University in New York City and is excited to be back in wide open spaces.