Lauren Perrino

Profession and title: 
Director, Y-VISP; Associate Director, Study Abroad

She enjoys karate, the gym, learning languages, and reading.

Brief biography: 

Lauren Perrino advises students who are interested in studying abroad in France, Asia including the Middle East (except Light Fellowship sites), and North Africa. She also directs the Yale Visiting International Students Program (Y-VISP), which brings undergraduate students from Yale’s partner institutions to study at Yale for a semester or academic year. Lauren received an M.A. in International Education from the George Washington University and a B.A. in French and Education with an Italian minor from Gettysburg College. As an undergraduate, Lauren spent a semester abroad with IES Nantes. After her undergraduate graduation, she spent a year in Nîmes, France, teaching English through TAPIF. 

Areas for involvement with Morse students: 
Academic advising for first-year students
Is there another way in which you might work with Morse students not listed above?: 
Would also be happy to discuss studying abroad, whether it is for the summer, a semester, or a full academic-year.
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