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Global Engagement Week - 2015

Hello Everyone Global Engagement Week at Laurier (February 2-6) is just 2 weeks away! “The mission of Global Engagement Week, is to promote awareness of: The diverse community of students, staff and faculty at Laurier; The impact of globalization and global systems; and the opportunities that Laurier students have to engage in an increasingly diverse population.  95 more words

Club Events

White House Focuses on Study Abroad and Global Citizenship at Travel Bloggers Summit

Earlier this week, I made the quick three-block trip from the NAFSA office to the White House for an energizing afternoon with government officials, media representatives, and travel bloggers. 503 more words

NAFSA

To the Next 100 Years of U.S.-China Exchange

By Meredith McQuaid

The University of Minnesota (U of M) will soon regretfully close out what has been a celebratory centennial year. In 1914, U of M welcomed the first Chinese students from Shanghai, China, to our Twin Cities campus, and our relationship with the country and its people has flourished ever since. 289 more words

Guest Post

Our So-Called Foreign Policy: A Welcome New Call for Diplomatic Realism?

It’s hard to know what’s more surprising – that Washington Post/CNN pundit Fareed Zakaria can write a column that’s not a monument to plagiarism… 358 more words

Our So-Called Foreign Policy

Why Everyone Should Love Tesla

Ever wonder why lately, the internet is pouring their love for Nikola Tesla and condemning the douchebag (oops) that is Thomas Edison? Check out this comic from  19 more words

Science

Blogosphere?

By Micco Balana

There are several communities that co-exist. Blogs are no different. Through the power of internet we aren’t only able to get closer to those people we already know or those that live near us but also, we are able to get connected to people from the farthest parts of the world, all through internet. 191 more words

Global Engagement

AUBG News: Education without borders in a global learning community

April 03, 2014

Education without borders in a global learning community

Increasing cross-cultural understanding and buidling up a community where knowledge is shared on a global level and is easily accessible by everyone – this ambitious goal has brought together two enthusiastic ladies teaching German. 453 more words

Pedagogical