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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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InterVU with Tim McNamara

Tim McNamara, vice provost for faculty and international affairs, recently finished his first year at the helm of Vanderbilt’s international initiatives. VI asked McNamara to reflect on Vanderbilt’s current international activities and to share his vision for the coming years. VI: It’s been one year since you added “International Affairs” to your title. What has…

Posted by webcomm on November 30, 2012 in Fall 2012, , ,