Nedith found RWU’s architecture program during her junior year in high school, and knew RWU was the place for her. She loved the idea of a program that combined both technical and artistic sides of architecture to offer a holistic education. Nedith put her combination of skills to good use when she studied in Florence, Italy. Lest you think that studying abroad means sitting in classrooms in another country, Nedith and her classmates took a bicycle tour with one of their professors to experience the architectural design of the suburbs and countryside surrounding Florence, lived near the world-famous Duomo, participated in a week-long design charrette and took tours of local villas and gardens. Nedith received a global education at RWU.