[CHE] China and the United States: A Tale of Two Views on Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education – June 7, 2011 “China and the United States: A Tale of Two Views on Education” EXCERPT: The following is a guest post by Gilles Bousquet, dean of the Division …

IAP Students Receive Gilman Scholarships for 2011 Academic Year

Seven University of Wisconsin–Madison students studying abroad through International Academic Programs (IAP) have received scholarships through the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships Program to help fund their study abroad programs. Two students, studying abroad in …

Emma Lawson Awarded $4,000 to Study in Beijing

UW–Madison student Emma Lawson was recently awarded a $4,000 scholarship from the U.S. Department of Education, International Education Program Service – Fulbright-Hays Groups Project Abroad (GPA) Project: Advanced Chinese Language Training Programs. Through the Council …

Kyle Schroeckenthaler Awarded $20,000 from the David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships

UW –Madison student Kyle Schroeckenthaler was awarded $20,000 from the David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships fund to help fund his 2011-2012 academic year in Beijing, China through the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) …

[China Trip Update] Delegation to China Highlights UW Connections

BEIJING — The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s most recent delegation to China, led by Gilles Bousquet, wrapped up a two-week official visit with three days in Beijing, following stops in Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Hong Kong. For …

[CALS] Three Weeks in Uganda Or How I Changed My Life Over Winter Break

Each year, students enrolled in a College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) global health class travel to Uganda over winter break to experience the culture, learn about public health issues, and conduct individual research …