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Volume 10 Edition 7: April 2011


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Chancellor joins delegation of leaders in higher education in tour of Russia

Chancellor Linda Brady visited Russia with a delgation of leaders in higher education to promote increased partnerships between institutes of higher education in the two countries. More in Welcome.

Dr. Dianne H.B. Welsh, the Charles A. Hayes Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Bryan School, spoke on university entrepreneurship at an international conference of the United Nation's Economic Commission for Europe in Kiev, Ukraine. Read more in the Faculty Corner.

Florine Gall, an international exchange student from University Lyon III in France, gives her perspective on the exchange experience and academic training in the Greensboro. What is it like to study in the US? How do students find internships? Florine tells her story in International Students.

Celebration of the 50th year Anniversary of the Peace Corps  IPC hosted an event which included a presentation by a Peace Corps recruitment representative, a faculty/staff panel, and a reception. About 50 people attended from across UNCG and the Greensboro community. Read more in Special Programs.

UPCOMING: International Festival ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

Amna Latif, international student from Pakistan, receives Distinguished Dissertation Award

Study Abroad Orientation & Nomination List

IPC staff and students attend the North Carolina Association for International Educators 2011 Conference at Salem College

HAN University Visitors

Shanghai University of Finance & Economics Visit

Graduating INTERLINK students

ABOUT THIS ISSUE: Welcome Aboard New Readers!

This year the ACE Internationalization Task Force has distributed a survey to departments across campus to elicit faculty feedback on international education. Included in the survey, faculty were asked whether they would like to be added to our eNewsworthy mailing list. Happily, 151 faculty said YES. With this edition, we’ve included our new readers.

Previous editions:
- Vol 10, ed 6: March 2011
- Vol 10, ed 5: February 2011
- Vol 10, ed 4: December 2010
- Vol 10, ed 3: November 2010
- Vol 10, ed 2: October 2010
- Vol 10, ed 1: September 2010
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