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Chancellor Bids Farewell to Departing International and Study Abroad Students

Finnish Delegation Visits NC A delegation of fourteen Finnish University Presidents was in North Carolina from March 28-April 1 as part of a study tour to look for best practices in governance and funding of U.S. higher education. Read about their visit to UNCG here.

Dr. Joan Titus in Morocco Partly funded by the IPC Kohler Fund, Dr. Titus, Assistant Professor in Musicology, traveled to Morocco last year to conduct field research and acquire materials to use in her classroom at UNCG. Full story in Faculty Corner.

IPC Welcomes GWIK Visitors In April, IPC welcomed a total of five visitors from our GWIK partners around Europe. The visitors came from Plantijn Hogeschool, Belgium; Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain; and VIA University College, Denmark. Read about their visit in Visitors & Scholars.

 
I-Fest a success! ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

International students Amanda Headley and Tshering Tobgay inducted into Honors Societies

UNCG to Host Fulbright Summer Institute for German Students in August

Chancellor welcomes international students and scholars to her home

Exchange students give presentation to Spanish class

Provost David Perrin featured in Scholars at Risk story

Students study Russian, celebrate, and serve the community

IPC staff: Sponsors table at Friends of Libraries Dinner | Volunteers at book giveaway

INTERLINK offers students new learning activities

Previous editions:
- Vol 10, ed 7: April 2011 - Vol 10, ed 3: November 2010
- Vol 10, ed 6: March 2011 - Vol 10, ed 2: October 2010
- Vol 10, ed 5: February 2011 - Vol 10, ed 1: September 2010
- Vol 10, ed 4: December 2010 archived editions