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Volume 17, Edition 1: September 2017

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Welcome New International Students for Fall 2017
Students from all over the world descended upon the campus in the early August heat to learn their way around campus, attend orientations and workshops, and become generally acclimated to their new home in the US. IPC was there to organize and facilitate several of these functions to help welcome and orient UNCG’s new bunch of international students. Read More


September 23: Asian Autumn Festival. Origami * Asian Refreshments * Traditional Music * Dance * Calligraphy * Martial Arts * Cultural Speakers * Activities for Children

November 13-17
International Education Week (IEW) 2017! A joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, International Education Week provides a time for campuses around the country to celebrate the many international opportunities offered worldwide.

In This Issue
Catherine Matthews (UNCG) and Pak Aceng from Bengkulu University in Indonesia. UNCG and Bengkulu University Collaborate on Science Education. Catherine Matthews (UNCG) and Pak Aceng from Bengkulu University in Indonesia. Read more in Faculty Features Katya Davis IPC held its annual Study Abroad and Exchange Expo on August 23rd, 2017 in the pre-function auditorium in the Elliott University Center Read more in Special Programs
IPC welcomes Visiting Delegates to UNCG from the US State Department. Read more in Visitors and Scholars Global Engagement: Poised for a New Year. Read more in Global Engagement

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