On January 25, Jean Feraca of Wisconsin Public Radio’s Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders presented The Global University. The original show aired at 3 p.m., but you can listen to the rebroadcast here.
Month: January 2011
Author Ben Wildavsky to Speak on the Rise of the Global Education Marketplace, Talk Begins 2011 GSHE Speaker Series
Ben Wildavsky, a senior fellow in research and policy at the Kauffman Foundation and author of The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities Are Reshaping the World, is giving a free public talk titled “The …
January 26 Starts IAP Open Houses: Learn More About Study Abroad at UW-Madison
This spring, the International Academic Programs (IAP), located at 250 Bascom Hall, will play host to numerous drop-in events for students to learn more about study abroad opportunities at UW-Madison.
Washington DC Semester in International Affairs Info Session on January 27
Are you interested in International Affairs? Do you want to get a head-start on a career in Washington, DC? Learn about the opportunities within the Washington DC Semester in International Affairs program at the January …
[CHE] As White House Pushes Study Abroad in China, Educators Question the Logistics
The Chronicle of Higher Education — January 19, 2011 “As White House Pushes Study Abroad in China, Educators Question the Logistics” by Karin Fischer
[UW News] Chinese Champions to be Featured on the Big Ten Network
UW News Release – Jan. 21, 2011 A new television feature show produced by the University of Wisconsin-Madison will showcase the success of the Chinese Champions Program for a Big Ten Network audience. The 30-minute …
[UW News] Global Health Initiative Seeks Campuswide Involvement in Incubator Series
UW News Release — Jan. 6, 2011 Global health problems extend beyond clinics, vaccine laboratories, and hospitals. Some of the most pressing problems stem from societal, economic and environmental factors as well. The University of …
Global Hot Spots Lecture Series Kicks off with the Talk: Bucky Sweatshirts Sweatshops or Fair Trade?
The popular Global Hot Spots Lecture Series will kick off Friday, January 28, 2011, with the talk “Bucky Sweatshirts Sweatshops or Fair Trade?” by Dennis Dresang. This free lecture is open to all. It will …
[CHE] Northeastern, Once Local, Goes Global: University Expands Signature Co-op Program and Foreign Enrollment
The Chronicle of Higher Education — January 16, 2011 “Northeastern, Once Local, Goes Global: University Expands Signature Co-op Program and Foreign Enrollment”
[CREECA] Being Harold Pinter: A Dramatic Reading
Being Harold Pinter: A Dramatic Reading Directed by Andy Wiginton, Adapted and directed by Vladimir Shcherban and produced by Nikolai Khalezin and Natalia Kolida.