News

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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.
Russ Ganim

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.  
WorldCanvass Nov 7, 2022

WorldCanvass releases 100th podcast episode

For over a decade, Joan Kjaer, host of the International Programs show WorldCanvass, has brought scholars, experts, community members, and thought leaders together before a live audience to discuss questions and issues of the day from a wide range of perspectives.
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Dean's Message: International Education Month?

Dean Ganim looks back on the busy fall semester including International Education Week events.
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WorldCanvass to explore translation and global literacy on December 8

Join us on December 8 to explore the storied history of translation at the UI, and how a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education is helping to build translation and global literacy skills across Iowa.