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Tag: International Schools
Study: Amid Pandemic, U.S. Colleges More Financially Vulnerable Than International Peers
U.S. colleges and universities are more vulnerable than international peers to financial hardships caused by coronavirus-related shutdowns, says a new study from Moody’s Credit Rating Agency.
April 13, 2020
‘New Orleans in the Hamptons’ Raises College Scholarship Funds
Foundation fundraiser hosted by Soledad O’Brien and husband Brad Raymond brought movers and shakers together to lend a hand to college students.
October 10, 2011
Brazil to Send 100,000 Science Students Abroad
Brazil will grant 100,000 scholarships for university students to study abroad as the rapidly developing nation tries to boost the country’s competitiveness, officials said Tuesday.
July 28, 2011
Aspiring Business Students with International Immersion Experience in High Demand
Large U.S. companies, such as General Electric Co., Caterpillar Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Wal-Mart, are all hiring for jobs abroad as markets such as Asia continue to grow briskly.
July 12, 2011
International Education Conference Aims to Help K-12 Teachers Rethink College Preparation in Global Age
Organizers say a distinct purpose of the Asia Society: Partnership for Global Learning conference was to get K-12 educators better prepared to produce students who can exhibit the kind of global thinking that is desirable in higher education.
July 10, 2011
Leadership & Policy
NCORE Conference: College Presidents Share Impact of International Programs
Remarks by Howard University president Sidney Ribeau and other college presidents came Thursday in a symposium examining the internationalization of their institutions during the annual meeting of the National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education.
June 2, 2011
Perspective: Cultivating Community College Creativity Within Financial Constraints
North Carolina and Texas success stories illustrate best practices of community college global education.
May 23, 2011
Taking Action to Abandon Offensive American Indian Mascots Often Mired in Controversy
Six years ago, the National Collegiate Athletic Association adopted a policy that penalizes schools that use American Indian mascots, nicknames or logos.
May 18, 2011
International Outreach Undertaken by Thurgood Marshall College Fund Schools
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund has launched an International Collaboration Group (ICG) as part of an extensive global outreach effort by public HBCUs represented by the fund.
May 9, 2011
Global Forum: International Education Today To Prepare the Leaders of Tomorrow
Universities can no longer afford to allow students to graduate without an understanding of the global community.
April 24, 2011
Advocate Hopes to Use International Experience to Build HBCU Capacity
Longtime HBCU teacher and education advocate Boyce Williams talks about her new role at NAFEO.
February 23, 2011
Educators Seek Out More Minorities to Study Abroad
Educators want more minority students to study abroad because the experience is seen as crucial to student development, yet minority participation badly lags their overall presence on college campuses.
February 22, 2011
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