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IIE President Allan Goodman: Study Abroad Cultivates Global Leadership
Jan 15, 2016

  This article has been reprinted by  Diplomatic Courier  as part of its "World in 2050" Thought Partnership with the Institute of International Education. For more, please follow  @IIEGlobal ,  @DiploCourier , and  #Worldin2050  on Twitter. Study Abroad Cultivates Global Leadership February 8, 2013   Written by Dr. Allan E. Goodman, Guest Contributor The need for cultivating global leaders whose vision extends ...
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For One Veteran Student -- and Boren Scholar -- a Leadership Career Is Just Beginning
Dec 15, 2015

Strolling happily down the Avenue of Remembrance in jeans with a backpack, Elizabeth Stephenson is The Citadel's own version of a non-traditional student—she is not a member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, but attends undergraduate day classes. She is part of the college's growing population of veteran students, former members of the military who are drawn to the culture and atmosphere of a senior military college. After three...
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Boren Scholar Is One of 32 American Winners of the 2016 Rhodes Scholarship
Dec 1, 2015

When teachers, mentors and professors describe Jeffrey Ding, there's not just one thing that stands out. On Sunday, the West High graduate and University of Iowa senior  was announced  as one of 32 American winners of the 2016 Rhodes scholarship, out of 869 applicants. He's also a former U.S. State Department intern, UI student government vice president, national high school debate champion and triple major in economics, political ...
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Released Today: Open Doors 2015 Report on International Educational Exchange
Nov 16, 2015

  Open Doors 2015 Report on International Educational Exchange Released Today Today, the Institute of International Education (IIE), together with the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, released the latest news on international students in the United States and U.S. students studying abroad. The Open Door s® findings will also be a topic of a briefing this morning, at the ...
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North Carolina State University Boren Fellow Seeks Answers to Youth Unemployment in Morocco
Oct 5, 2015

NC State News | Matt Shipman Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Nash Dunn, a writer in the communications office of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Throughout the Middle East and North Africa, youth unemployment rates are some of the highest in the world. Upward of 30 percent of the region’s population younger than age 25 don’t have jobs. That’s more than double the global average, according t...
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