Friday, December 11, 2009

Links of Interest for Week of December 4th – 10th

It’s been another busy week of news in the Twitterverse for the field of international education. We started with a guilty verdict in Italy and we end with U.S. & North Korean scientists talking about academic cooperation! I hope you find some of these links to be of interest and/or useful in your theory & practice:

U.S. Scientists Due in Pyongyang for Talks on Academic Cooperation (via @PublicDiplomacy)

Nice bar graph of NSEP recipients and how they fulfilled their service requirement in departments & agencies of U.S. Federal Government

American-educated Chinese students and their impact on U.S.-China relations (via @IDPDRIE)

National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange AWAY Journal Release (via @MobilityINTL)

Education ministry is planning to increase funds for Azerbaijani students who study abroad

Students: Enter the Doors to Diplomacy competition for a $2000 scholarship (via @usembassyottawa)

Subtitle of IHEC Blog ( has been revised and now reads “A Source for News on International Educational Exchange & Mutual Understanding”

Yale World Fellows Program for mid-career professionals (via @planetecole)

Photo credit: Jo Jakeman

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