Posts tagged: International Studies - Diverse
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University of Illinois Looks to Strengthen Ties with Africa

by Associated Press | April 15, 2018 URBANA, Ill. – The University of Illinois is hoping to strengthen its connections with Af Read more

Interview: Joan Dassin, International Student Fellowship Program Leader

by Sarah Butrymowicz, The Hechinger Report | July 21, 2011
The Hechinger Report spoke with Ford Foundation’s Joan Dassin to get her thoughts on the foun [...] Read more

Scholars Grapple With Globalization’s Dark Side – Human Trafficking

by Helen Hu | May 26, 2011
Whether lured in, kidnapped or sold by their families, modern slavery represents a big, old pro [...] Read more

Educators Seek Out More Minorities to Study Abroad

by Associated Press | February 23, 2011
 Educators want more minority students to study abroad because the experience is seen as c [...] Read more

CIA Chief Leon Panetta, Federal Officials Urge Scholars To Help Improve Foreign Language Learning in U.S.

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | December 9, 2010
To make the United States more globally competitive and secure from foreign attacks, the U.S. m [...] Read more

World Bank Seeks Diverse U.S. Employees

by Ronald Roach | January 26, 2010
This past fall the World Bank launched a new chapter in its long-running diversity and inclusio [...] Read more

A Bridge to the Community

| September 17, 2009
Carolina A. Hernandez arrived at Lehigh University eight years ago to help connect the school w [...] Read more

A Bridge to the Community

by William J. Ford |
Carolina A. Hernandez arrived at Lehigh University eight years ago to help connect the school w [...] Read more

SPECTRUM : A BRIDGE TO THE COMMUNITY

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Carolina A. Hernandez arrived at Lehigh University eight years ago to help connect the school w [...] Read more

Professional Appoitments

by Diverse Staff | August 20, 2009
DR. DONNA H. OLIVER is the president of Mississippi Valley State University. Oliver previously [...] Read more

‘Balancing Open Doors And National Security’

by KAREN BRANCH-BRIOSO | June 11, 2009
While the number of exchange visas for international tudents and professors is up overall, the [...] Read more

Celebrating the Life and Legacy Of Dr. John Hope Franklin

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Dr. John Hope Franklin chronicled the experiences of African-Americans like no one before him, [...] Read more

An Ambassador On and Of f the Field

by Lois Elfman | May 28, 2009
Yolanda Odenyo has excelled both academically and athletically and brought a global perspective [...] Read more

The ‘Belles’ are Back

by KENDRA HAMILTON | March 5, 2009
Bennett College for Women is ever mindful of its place in history while preparing students for [...] Read more

University of Maryland Becomes U.S. ‘Minority-Serving Institution’ for Asian Americans

by University of Maryland | November 19, 2008
The University of Maryland has been granted status as a “minority-serving institutionR [...] Read more
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