Study abroad: E-mail about Ecuador internship is not UST-sponsored; want to study in Madrid? St. Thomas Newsroom September 26, 2000 Beginning this week announcements and information on study abroad will appear on Tuesdays in Bulletin Today. Look here for information on semester and yearlong programs, January Term study abroad, summer programs, application and deadline information, and other study abroad-related topics. As always, if you miss the story on Tuesday, you can find past stories in the Bulletin Today archives or go to the International Education Web site (a link to this site appears on the right side of the Bulletin Today Web page).E-mail about an internship in Ecuador is not sponsored by St. ThomasMany St. Thomas students have received an e-mail announcement about an internship in Ecuador. Please be aware that this program is not sponsored by International Education or by St. Thomas. Companies can obtain your e-mail address in many ways and use it to sell you products or services. Receiving an e-mail addressed specifically to St. Thomas students does not mean the product or service has been endorsed or sponsored by the university. If you have questions about the Ecuador e-mail, contact the International Education Center at (651) 962-6450.Find out about studying in Madrid, SpainCome learn about the St. Louis University program in Madrid, Spain. Courses are taught in English and Spanish. A broad range of subjects is offered in Madrid, including business courses. A representative from St. Louis will be in Campus Square on Thursday, Sept. 28, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. followed by an informational session at 12:45 p.m. at the International Education Center, 44 N. Cleveland Ave., at 12:4 5 p.m. Please call (651) 962-6450 for more information.Study abroad deadlines are closer than you thinkOct. 2: Final deadline for St. Thomas 2001 January Term programs and spring 2001 Liberal Arts Semester Oct. 15: All spring semester programs Oct. 21: All January Term 2001 UMAIE programsPhoto contestEnter the photo contest sponsored by International Education. Cash prizes will be awarded. Photos may be entered in either category: ‘An Intercultural Experience’ — this is about people, the meeting and mixing of cultures; or ‘A Sense of Place’ — this is about scenery, capturing the unique atmosphere of a certain location. Each photograph, with its negative, is a single entry. You may enter as many photos as you wish. Each entry becomes UST property. Submission of any photo acknowledges the right of UST to use it for exhibition and publication. Submissions must be received by the IEC, 44 N. Cleveland Ave., by Monday, Oct. 2.