Janet Schofield, a professor of psychology emeritus, has had deep involvement in international experiences and exchanges since she spent a summer with a college singing group in the late 1960’s that performed with local groups in Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Since then her love of international experiences has taken her to over 100 countries on six continents for personal or professional travel. She has served three times as a faculty member on Semester at Sea, a semester-long Colorado State U. program designed to provide students with a deeper understanding of the world through on-board and in-country learning opportunities in numerous countries. In addition, she has had Fulbright fellowships at universities in Poland and North Macedonia and visiting scholar positions at a research institute in Germany and the National Institute of Education in Singapore. She and her husband recently spent over a decade in Bhutan, helping to establish and then to grow the country’s first private college, Royal Thimphu College.