Caitlin Naberhaus

Caitlin Naberhaus
Education Abroad & Data Coordinator

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Liaison To

  • College of Business
  • Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts
  • The Honors Program and Explore Center
  • Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship

Areas of Focus

  • Advising, Outreach, and Program Implementation
  • MyWorld (Terra Dotta) Maintenance and Design
  • Data Collection, Analysis, and Reporting
My Background
My interest in foreign languages and cultures led me to major in German during my undergraduate education at Nebraska Wesleyan. After graduating, I spent three years working in project management at an international human resources consulting firm, where I was able to further develop my German language and international business skills. I then pursued a graduate degree in Gender and International Relations in the United Kingdom, and after returning to Lincoln I joined the Education Abroad Office in July 2017!
My Study/Work Abroad
During my undergraduate degree, I spent my entire Junior year studying German language and European politics in Eichstätt, Germany, a small university town nestled in the middle of a nature reserve in Bavaria. While living there, I was able to travel to other central European destinations such as Budapest, Prague, and Salzburg during my free time. In 2015-2016, I undertook my graduate degree at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom, and had the opportunity to explore England and Wales, as well as more of continental Europe. After graduate school, my travels took me to Southeast Asia, where I spent 6 weeks backpacking around Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam in the winter of 2017. Since beginning my work at the Education Abroad Office, I have had the privilege of conducting site visits to programs in Japan, South Korea, and Italy.
My Ideal Next Travel Destination
I am planning a trip to Romania for 2020 to hike, eat, explore castles, and enjoy the beautiful countryside. I would also love to visit New York City in the next few years (I've never been!).