Quincy’s Study Abroad Endeavors


As a junior majoring in Geography at Gustavus Adolphus College, Quincy’s passions lie in international migration, geopolitics, and climate justice. In the future, Quincy aspires to help illuminate the voices and stories of underrepresented and displaced communities. His passions ultimately inspired him to pursue a study abroad journey.


Meet Quincy

Dear Visitor,

Before I introduce myself I want to thank you for checking out my blog! It means so much to me.

As mentioned , I am currently a junior at Gustavus Adolphus College located in St. Peter, Minnesota. I am a proud Hmong American, first-generation college student, and Fund for Education Abroad Scholar. Being the first in my family to pursue higher education and being a child of immigrants, the thought of participating in a study abroad program felt like reaching for the stars. With my sincerest gratitude, if it was not for the guidance of my mentors, and the support from many scholarships, my family, and community, study abroad would have never been possible.  

The countries I will be living in these next few months are Nepal and India. The title of my program is Tibetan and Himalayan Peoples instructed by the School for International Training (SIT). The avenues of study in this program are migration, identity, and resilience — these are three words that I hold close, and three areas of discipline I hope to pursue a professional career in. I strongly believe this experience will fuel my passions and will challenge me socially, physically, intellectually, and spiritually. 

Thank you once more for visiting this blogging platform I created, I hope you enjoy my very amateur journal entries. Feel free to subscribe, leave comments or ask questions. 

  • Everything You Want Is On The Other Side of Fear

    September 16, 2019 by

    September 3rd – September 8th Pharping After nearly 35 hours of travel time, I felt defeated. I arrived in Kathmandu, Nepal around 11 am, where I went through immigration services, briefly introduced myself to my cohort, and got on a bus to Pharping, Nepal where orientation took place. The bus ride to Pharping swept away… Read more

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