• Jennifer Petrie University of Pittsburgh
  • Audrey Murrell University of Pittsburgh
  • Bryan Schultz University of Pittsburgh


experiential learning, experiential learning and women, study abroad


This is an extended abstract.

Author Biographies

Jennifer Petrie, University of Pittsburgh

Post-Doctoral Fellow, David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership, the College of Business Administration

Audrey Murrell, University of Pittsburgh

Associate Dean, College of Business Administration, Director, David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership

Bryan Schultz, University of Pittsburgh

Director International Programs, College of Business Administration


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