This month, Taylor Barnes was afforded the opportunity to complete an international rotation and learn about nuclear pharmacy in Melbourne, Australia. As Australia is a population that is sustained by immigration, she had the opportunity to interact with people from many backgrounds, as well as the opportunity to learn about the differences in pharmacy education in the United States and in Australia. At Tullamarine Radiopharmacy, she learned a great deal about how to run a nuclear pharmacy, including how to staff the pharmacy, how to manage the deliveries of the medications, and how to solve problems that arise after the medications are delivered to the hospitals. The best part of the rotation she said was “when we were able to draw on our knowledge of pharmacy from the states to suggest a solution to a problem that has arisen, and I took away from the rotation many ideas for innovative projects that I could bring to my future workplace”. Taylor also had this to say “overall, participating in an international rotation was a rewarding and educational experience, and I would recommend all of my peers pursue experiences in this field”. We are so proud of Taylor and encourage all of our scholars to seek opportunities that take them out of their comfort zone.