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Courtney Carlisle ’11

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Ben Roth and Courtney Carlisle at Kiyomizu Temple, Kyoto, Japan.
Students hang origami cranes at the Peace Park in Hiroshima, Japan. The cranes were folded by students at Augustana and had hung in the Tredway Library last year.
Courtney Carlisle and a Japanese student on the ferry to Miyajima Island, Japan.
Courtney Carlisle, Elise Meyer, Ben Roth, Karen Krieg, Carolyn Egger and Kirsten Bjornson at the
beginning of Augustana’s joint effort with the Holiday Inn-Riverside to clean up a section of waterfront along the Yangtze River in Wuhan, China.
Courtney Carlisle at the Giant Panda Research Center in Chengdu, Sichuan, China, where 1991 Augustana graduate Sarah Bexell is the director of communication and conservation education.
Terra Cotta soldiers, created to guard the tomb of the first emperor of a unified China (Qin Shi	 Huang Di) in Xi’an, China. They date from 200 B.C.E.
Dr. Norm Moline and officials from Yan’an and northern Shaanxi Province at a special ceremony recognizing Augustana’s 21 years of bringing students to that region, which usually is not included in visits by Americans to China.
Courtney Carlisle, Leah Mortenson, Elise Meyer and Louis Liva at the Jin Shan Ling section of the Great Wall northeast of Beijing.