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Fulbright Gateway Orientation 2013

From Aug. 19 to 23, Vanderbilt University hosted a Fulbright Gateway Orientation for newly arrived Fulbright foreign students. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), the Fulbright Gateway Orientation program is made available to Fulbright foreign students as part of its flagship Fulbright Program and designed by the…

Posted by hodgejk on September 23, 2013 in Magazine,


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2013 Study Abroad Photo Contest

Vanderbilt students submitted over 500 photos to the 2013 Global Education Office photo contest. The GEO staff narrowed the submissions to 12 photos. Below are the finalists. The grand prize winner, “Making Camel Friends at the Great Pyramids, Cairo, Egypt” by Nisha Khorasi was announced on September 6th.

Posted by hodgejk on September 13, 2013 in Magazine, , ,


VU Women's Soccer players share VU spirit with Vasco da Gama players in Brazil

Women’s Soccer Takes On Brazil

After months of planning–and what seemed like weeks of packing, the Vanderbilt women’s soccer team left in early May for an eight-day tour in Brazil.
Follow the Commondores daily logs and video at the VU Women’s Soccer website: http://www.vucommodores.com/sports/w-soccer/vand-w-soccer-body.html

Posted by millerc on May 14, 2013 in Spring 2013, , , , , , ,


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Vanderbilt Guatemalan Field Station Provides Interdisciplinary Hub

Vanderbilt University’s expanded commitment to research and sustainable development in Guatemala is reflected in this spring’s opening of a Guatemala City field station that is home to 13 projects…

Posted by millerc on May 3, 2013 in Magazine, , , , , , , , ,


International Education Policy Students Spend 6 Week Practicum in Guangzhou, China

IEPM Students Represent Vanderbilt’s U.S.-China Center

For nearly six weeks, three International Education Policy and Management masters students, Megan Ames, Brad Hilbrich, and Matthew Wright, will be getting first-hand knowledge about Chinese education systems as part of Vanderbilt’s U.S.-China Center for Education and Culture. The Center serves as a portal through which Chinese and U.S. policy and practice in education, humanities, and the arts connect through…

Posted by millerc on May 2, 2013 in Spring 2013, , , , , , ,


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Religious Scholar’s Journey Takes Him from Millersburg to Bangladesh

Tony Stewart performed an experiment when he arrived on the Vanderbilt campus. “I asked everyone I ran into for directions to Religious Studies,” he said. “Without exception, they told me how to get to the Divinity School.” Although they share a lot of intellectual territory, Religious Studies and the Divinity School are separate entities with…

Posted by webcomm on December 3, 2012 in Fall 2012, , , , ,