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Study Abroad to host info sessions on summer program in London, Feb. 1, 2, 7 & 9

See why London inspired, and continues to inspire, some of the greatest writing in English.
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Life in Iowa to host CPT/OPT Workshop

Attend a workshop to learn more about optional practical training (OPT) and curricular practical training (CPT) with a live Q&A with ISSS senior advisors.
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Study Abroad to host info session on summer Irish Writing Program

Learn about the course content, excursions, scholarships, and the application process at one of four upcoming information sessions.
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Happy New Year from International Programs!

We wish you a happy and healthy 2023!
Kosovo delegation and UI representatives

Dean's Message: Rebound

Dean Ganim reports on how study abroad is making a comeback and on the various delegation visits that occurred in December.
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In the news: Megan Lenss studies sea ice algae at both poles

Fulbright researcher from Cedar Rapids now living in Norway
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11th Annual Fulbright Workshop to be held Jan. 27

Join International Programs for the eleventh annual intensive Fulbright U.S. Student Program workshop to learn the basics of applying.
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IP and UICA host virtual event for alumni in China

University of Iowa (UI) alumni living in the Shanghai and Beijing areas of China attended a virtual Iowa Club party at the beginning of December. 
Eweosa Owenaze

UI College of Law student hopes to introduce more graduate and professional students to ISSE

Eweosa Owenaze, a JD candidate from Lagos, Nigeria, is serving other international students through her work with International Student Support and Engagement.
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Iowa Law establishes partnership with Kenyan institution

The UI College of Law entered into an agreement with the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) of Kenya, which will run for a period of five years starting November 2022.