Monthly Archives: November 2013

International college students up for 7th year

More than 1.1 million students are either crossing borders in or out of the United States to pursue college, according to the 2013 Open Doors Report by the Institute of International Education. Record highs were reported in each direction, with … Continue reading

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Rock your mocs goes viral, global

A Nov. 15 campaign to celebrate indigenous heritages went viral and circled the world as indigenous people from all over the world “rocked their mocs” by wearing traditional moccasins, talking about them and posting pictures of them on Facebook, Instagram … Continue reading

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100 Questions About Americans Coming Dec. 1

On Nov. 8, we received proof for our next guide. It was written by American students for international students studying in America. We think it is useful to people of all ages and are excited about the way it is … Continue reading

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Michigan 4-H creates global competence curriculum

“4-H Backpack to Adventure: Youth Leaders in a Global World” has been released by Michigan 4-H. It keys on five qualities that youth leaders need to succeed in our global society. The 4-H describes them as: Knowing about and appreciating … Continue reading

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