Articles tagged with "academics"

posted onMar21, 2014
Amy Hanson and a women from an India orphanage

"The exposure to the medical world that I received in India was unbelievable. It was like learning a foreign language: I do not think anyone could truly learn what I learned from a textbook or a lecture series."

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posted onMar7, 2014
International Women's Day

International Programs reflects on the achievements and outstanding work of women students, staff, and faculty on this campus who are proving every day that "equality for women is progress for all."

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posted onFeb26, 2014
WorldCanvass

At 5 p.m. on March 28 in the Senate Chamber of the Old Capitol Museum, a panel of regional and international experts will join WorldCanvass host Joan Kjaer to discuss the global reality of child abuse and neglect, its impact on children and the adults they later become, and interventions that may be appropriate both before and after the abuse occurs. WorldCanvass will be recorded before a live audience and the public is invited to attend.

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posted onFeb26, 2014
Haley Church puts up a tent

Study Abroad blogger Haley Church shares her first impressions of life in Botswana. "Being here in Botswana has truly been the experience of a lifetime. I am changing in ways I didn’t know were possible and experiencing things that were formerly reserved for the Discovery Channel."

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posted onFeb25, 2014
Kareem Khubchandani

Join SASP for the following free events March 2-3: Lessons in Drag, a performance by LGBT activist Kareem Khubchandani, and a panel discussion with Khubchandani and two other scholar-activists who have several years of experience with Indian LGBT communities and movements.

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posted onFeb24, 2014

Universities are some of the most diverse places in the United States. The fact that at the University of Iowa, there are more than 4,000 international students proves that point. The UI is helping its students take the lead in breaking cultural barriers.

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posted onFeb24, 2014
Lu Shen

"I guess one thing that struck most of today’s participants, including me, is that if none of us takes the initiative to know each other better, nothing is going to happen between us, no matter how large the international population is on campus." - from the blog, Tales from the Global Diaspora, by UI student Lu Shen

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posted onFeb20, 2014
Russia study abroad

The University of Iowa offers two programs through the Pushkin Institute in Moscow for students to study abroad in the summer. This program offers students intensive Russian language courses as well as culture courses. Come to an info session Feb. 26 to learn more.

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posted onFeb19, 2014
Germany study abroad

Interested in studying abroad in Germany? Come to the Dortmund Exchange Information Session on Monday, March 3, from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in 315 Phillips Hall to learn about an exciting exchange program at the Technical University (TU) of Dortmund.

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posted onFeb19, 2014
field-based research projects abroad

UI students who are interested in field-based research projects abroad are invited to attend an information session with SIT Study Abroad on Monday, February 24, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in Room 1117 University Capitol Centre.

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posted onFeb17, 2014
Arabic text book

As of 2010, Arabic has become the 10th most spoken language in America, a trend that has not gone unfelt by the University of Iowa. Because of a substantial increase in the number of students studying Arabic, the UI now seeks to hire an additional teacher.

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posted onFeb17, 2014

The cultural segregation between Chinese and domestic students is one of the emerging issues and tensions that both international students and their domestic counterparts are facing on an increasingly diverse UI campus. In hopes of addressing those issues and identifying others, the UI Center for Asian and Pacific Studies next week will lead a first-ever U.S.-China student workshop on the undergraduate experience at Iowa.

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posted onFeb13, 2014

The African Studies Program at the University of Iowa will welcome Julie Weiskopf, an assistant professor in the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, for a talk titled "'A Revolution in Tribal Life': Sleeping Sickness Concentrations and Colonialism in Kigoma in the 1930s." The talk will be held Thursday, February 20, at 3:30 p.m. in Conference Room 2520D, University Capitol Centre.

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posted onFeb12, 2014

Those drawn to the sun and romance of Western Europe form the brunt of the rise in the number of students who study abroad, while Eastern Europe and Asia remain out of reach for many. According to a statistics from University of Iowa International Programs, the number of students who study abroad jumped from 1,084 in 2007-08 to 1,351 in 2011-12, the last year for which numbers are available.

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posted onFeb10, 2014

Bradley D. Cramer, assistant professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, is one of four International Programs Faculty Fellows for 2013-14. This video highlights his research and current projects.

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