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Identifying Emerging Disease in India, Study Abroad 2022

During the month of April and May, Dr. Grose and her students travelled to New Delhi, India, and worked in various research projects. They also had the opportunity to visit ancient mosques, the Ganges river, Jaipur, the Taj Mahal, and Gwalior Fort. View the images below to see their fun and educational experiences.

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is located in the city of Agra, India. This structure was erected in 1632 and is one of the seven wonders of the world.

Arriving at Delhi

Dr. Grose and her students spent two days in New Delhi, visiting ancient mosques and the old city.

New Delhi

The capital of India offers a great view. Here we can see the study group on a rooftop in Delhi.

Dr. Grose and the President of Jiwaji University

On their last days in India, the students had the opportunity to visit the Jiwaji University. Here we can see Dr. Grose receiving an award from the Vice Chancellor of Jiwaji University, Avinash Tiwari.

Dinner with the University President and Mayor


Students At A Wedding

The study group had the opportunity to attend a traditional Indian wedding.
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Learning in Jiwaji

The study group had the opportunity to take classes at Jiwaji University.
Dr. Grose had the opportunity to provide lectures and a university seminar that ended up in the local newspaper.

Dining in Delhi

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Ganges River

The study group flew to Varanasi to the Ganges river holy site where they got the opportunity to see the nightly river festival by boat.

Gwalior Fort

Dr. Grose and her students had the opportunity to visit the Gwalior Fort.

Jama Masjid Mosque


Temple of Buddah

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Dr. Grose In The News

Dr. Grose provided lectures and the local newspapers published some articles about her lectures. Congratulations Dr. Grose!