Stephanie in Panama: The Year in Review

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Stephanie Manciagli began her two-year Master's of International Development program at Tulane in Payson's Panama Field Work Experience. She opted to stay in Panama for two semesters and has worked throughout at the United Nations Development Programme's Regional Center for Latin America and the Caribbean, primarily focusing on UN environmental work in the region.

In spite of a full course load each semester and near full-time work at the UNDP, Stephanie has managed to get out and see quite a bit of Panama's abundant natural and cultural offerings. As her two semester stint here comes to a close, she shared some photos from her trips that provide a glimpse of her year in Panama. Her pictures show the northern beauty of mountainous Boquete, the Caribbean charm of Bocas del Toro and Isla Grande on the Atlantic side of the isthmus, the urban culture of the Casco Viejo, and the backdrop of development in the heart of downtown Panama City.

Stephanie did not waste a minute of her time in the tropics and will, hopefully, be back to visit soon.


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