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  • International Studies and Programs Announces January 24 Deadline for 2007 International Awards Cerem Published: Monday, 18 Dec 2006
    The MSU Office of International Studies and Programs invites nominations for seven awards to be given at the 17th Annual International Awards Ceremony on March 21, 2007. Information about the ceremony and nomination forms for the current awards are available on the web at www.isp.msu.edu/iac and from Kathy Riel in the ISP Deans Office (517-355-2350, riel@msu.edu). The deadline for all award nominations is Wednesday January 24, 2007.
    Tags: alumni  education  awards  study abroad  
  • MSU Commemorates World AIDS Day Published: Thursday, 07 Dec 2006
    MSU commemorated World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 with a symposium focusing on the millions of children orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The program, No Place to Hide World AIDS Day Symposium, featured presentations of scholastic work and student field projects in addition to a showing of the video, No Place to Hide.
    Tags: africa  kenya  malawi  uganda  education  
  • MSU Campus Commemorates World AIDS Day Published: Thursday, 07 Dec 2006
    MSU commemorated World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 with a symposium focusing on the millions of children in Sub-Saharan Africa who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The program, No Place to Hide World AIDS Day Symposium, featured presentations of scholastic work and student field projects in addition to a showing of the video, No Place to Hide.
    Tags: africa  malawi  rwanda  uganda  education  
  • MSU Partners with Lebanese American University to Train Female Teachers and Students in Educational Published: Thursday, 30 Nov 2006
    Researchers at Michigan State University are helping female teachers at the Lebanese American University (LAU) in Beirut learn how to effectively use internet technology in their classrooms, preparing them and their students to better compete in the increasingly global marketplace. MSU College of Education Professors Joseph Codde and Rhonda Egidio along with Eric Freedman, an assistant professor of journalism and assistant dean for international studies and programs, are working to create a gend
    Tags: lebanon  education  environment  research  
  • MSU Partners with Vietnamese University in New Education Center Published: Friday, 10 Nov 2006
    Michigan State Universitys College of Education has partnered with Canto University in Vietnam to open the CTU-MSU Center for Innovations in Education on the CTU campus. The center was dedicated at ceremonies on Oct. 17, and represents a milestone in expanding cooperation between the two universities.
    Tags: vietnam  education  research  
  • MSU Museum Features International Exhibitions Published: Wednesday, 04 Oct 2006
    Two current MSU Museum exhibits, "Workers Culture in Two Nations: South Africa and the United States" and "Lest We Forget: The Triumph Over Slavery," include significant international content.
    Tags: europe  south africa  education  research  scholarship  
  • MSU Beijing Office Hosts Reception for New Chinese Students Published: Monday, 10 Jul 2006
    A recent reception at MSU’s new Beijing office provided an opportunity for around 20 newly admitted undergraduate and graduate students from China to meet and mingle with MSU staff and alumni, as well as a group of Michigan students participating in MSU’s new “China Adventure” study abroad program.
    Tags: china  alumni  education  study abroad  
  • Peace Corps Partnership Yields New Graduate Degree Program Published: Thursday, 01 Jun 2006
    Michigan State University, already a top Peace Corps producer, will offer a masters level program combining campus coursework in East Lansing with Peace Corps volunteerism abroad. The new MSU Masters International program is based on existing masters of science programs in the MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
    Tags: education  environment  agriculture  research  
  • MSU Federal Credit Union Study Abroad Scholarships Support 104 in 2005-06 Published: Tuesday, 18 Apr 2006
    MSU Federal Credit Union Study Abroad Scholarships Support 104 in 2005-06 In 2003 the MSU Federal Credit Union established a $2.5 million endowment for MSU study abroad scholarships. More than 150 MSU students have already received support through this program. In 2003-04 eleven students were awarded MSUFCU scholarships for a total of $14,000. 47 students received a total of $51,000 in 2004-05. The two funding rounds in 2005-06 yielded at total of 104 awards.
    Tags: ghana  thailand  argentina  education  costarica  
  • MSU Announces $50,000 International Predissertation Travel Awards Competition; Application Deadline Published: Monday, 03 Apr 2006
    MSU announces the first competition for 10 awards of up to $5,000 each for foreign travel of MSU Ph.D. candidates at the predissertation stage in the Colleges of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arts and Letters, Education, and Social Science. These awards will support travel abroad to the awardees intended dissertation research sites for a minimum 60-day stay during 2006.
    Tags: africa  education  agriculture  awards  research  
  • MSU Phi Beta Delta International Honor Society Chapter Receives Top 2006 Award Published: Sunday, 19 Mar 2006
    Phi Beta Delta, the honor society dedicated to recognizing scholarly achievement in international education, has chosen MSUs Alpha Alpha chapter for the 2006 Eileen Evans Outstanding Chapter Award, the top honor for affiliates of the international organization. The award will be presented at the Phi Beta Delta / International Studies Association national conference in San Diego on March 23rd.
    Tags: education  awards  study abroad  
  • MSU Phi Beta Delta International Honor Society Chapter Receives 2006 Award Published: Thursday, 16 Mar 2006
    Phi Beta Delta, the honor society dedicated to recognizing scholarly achievement in international education, has named MSUs Alpha Alpha chapter the 2006 outstanding chapter in the Mid-West. Criteria for a regional award include programming, chapter growth and development, service to Phi Beta Delta, and expanded outreach within and beyond the academic community. The award will be presented at the Phi Beta Delta / International Studies Association national conference in San Diego on March 23rd.
    Tags: education  study abroad  
  • College of Education Recognized for International Initiatives Published: Friday, 03 Feb 2006
    The American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) honored MSUs College of Education with its Best Practice Award for Global and International Teacher Education on February 1, 2006. The award, sponsored by AACTEs Committee on Global and International Teacher Education, recognizes exemplary practice in preparing education professionals for work in intercultural, global, cross-cultural, and international settings. The award was presented at AACTEs 58th Annual Meeting in San Diego
    Tags: india  education  study abroad  
  • Two New International Exhibits Open at MSU Museum Published: Thursday, 02 Feb 2006
    Two international exhibits, "Weavings of War: Fabrics of Memory" and "Siyazama: Traditional Arts, Education, and AIDS in South Africa," will be featured at the MSU Museum during spring 2006. The first opened January 22, while the second opens February 5; both run through June 30. Two articles by Lora Helou, MSU Museum. For more about MSU Museum exhibits and viewing hours, visit the website at http://museum.msu.edu
    Tags: africa  lebanon  thailand  chile  education  
  • 2005 Winners Announced for Annual MSU Global Focus Photo Contest Published: Wednesday, 07 Dec 2005
    The MSU Office of International Studies and Programs and the MSU Alumni Association announce the winners of MSU Global Focus 2005, the seventh annual international photography competition for MSU students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The 30 winning images from this latest competition, along with information about the artists, their prizes, and the prize sponsors, are featured in the newly redesigned virtual gallery at http://www.isp.msu.edu/photocontest/
    Tags: indonesia  austria  portugal  spain  education  
  • New Acting Director Appointed to Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Published: Monday, 29 Aug 2005
    MSUs Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) begins the 2005-06 academic year with a new acting director, Peter Beattie, associate professor and Brazil scholar in the Department of History.
    Tags: caribbean  brazil  education  research  
  • International Awards Ceremony 2005 Honors 12 for International Engagement Published: Wednesday, 20 Apr 2005
    The 15th Annual International Awards Ceremony was held April 20 in the Delia Koo International Academic Center. This years ceremony, designated an MSU Sesquicentennial event, was dedicated to Professor Gill-Chin Lim, former dean of ISP, who died recently at the age of 58. Twelve individuals, including MSU faculty, staff, students, alumni, and volunteers, as well as community members received six distinct awards.
    Tags: alumni  education  awards  study abroad  
  • Katherine J. Pitsch selected for $10,000 DACOR Bacon House graduate fellowship Published: Tuesday, 05 Apr 2005
    Katherine Pitsch, a James Madison College senior, has been selected as the MSU recipient of a prestigious graduate fellowship sponsored by Diplomatic and Consular Officers, Retired (DACOR), an association of retired U.S. Foreign Service officers with offices in Washington, D.C. Pitsch is majoring in International Relations with a specialization in Muslim Studies. She has studied Arabic and Kazakh at MSU, and is also fluent in Spanish.
    Tags: africa  israel  education  scholarship  

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