Update from the CIES Midwest Regional Conference
Joseph Sapp, Comparative and International Education Society News & Press, October 22, 2014
This article was originally found at https://cies.site-ym.com/news/199051/Update-from-the-CIES-Midwest-Regional-Conference.htm# .
IU’s Framing the Global project and book provide new contexts for studying globalization
IU Inc., August 2, 2014
This article was originally found at http://viewpoints.iu.edu/iu-inc/2014/08/01/framing-the-global-project-and-book-provide-new-contexts-for-studying-globalization/ .
Human Trafficking: Not Just a Problem in Other Places
Carmen Siering, Bloom Magazine, April 24, 2014
The Center for the Study of Global Change supports Dr. Korytova to coordinator for the Many Faces of Human Trafficking faculty study group and website as part of her research.
This article was originally found at http://www.magbloom.com/2014/04/human-trafficking-not-just-a-problem-in-other-places/.
Sparking cultural curiosity
MJ Slaby, Heraldtimes.com, April 10, 2014
This article was originally found at http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/news/local/iu-program-exposing-youngsters-to-less-commonly-taught-languages/article_0b57addc-8039-5d25-bab1-b7a3b1900f98.html
Students at University Elementary immerse themselves in Asian culture
Mary Keck, Heraldtimes.com, March 25, 2014
Through the Global Grants MCCSC project, the Global Center, in partnership with the Foundation of MCCS, funded this school-wide learning experience.
This article was originally found at http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/news/schools/university-elementary-students-immerse-themselves-in-asian-culture/article_63da6fbd-7fc1-5bbd-ac09-789869526140.html.
Local schools’ foundation awards funding for educational projects
Mary Keck, Heraldtimes.com, March 17, 2014
Through the Global Grants MCCSC project, the Global Center funded two of the educational projects.
This article was originally found at http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/news/schools/local-schools-foundation-awards-funding-for-educational-projects/article_95060cd2-b5e2-5c98-8661-dd00727d3311.html
Students present research findings at symposium
Heraldtimes.com, January 3, 2014
The students who presented their findings studied global food security during the New Tech Global Issues All-School Project, a project co-designed by the Global Center.
This article was originally found at http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/news/community/students-present-research-findings-at-symposium/article_822c96be-de53-543a-8f79-f0cc0643a07f.html.
Class Aids Syrian Refugees
Northern Michigan University CAMPUS newsletter, November 22, 2013
The Center for the Study of Global Change is a cosponsor of the videoconferencing project that precipitated the class service learning project to aid Syrian refugees.
This article was originally found at http://www.nmu.edu/campus/node/176.
Reporter to Discuss Drug Trade Monday
Jon Blau, Heraldtimes.com, October 23, 2013
Writer discusses drug trade
Ashley Jenkins, IDSnews.com, October 22, 2013
This article was originally found at http://www.idsnews.com/news/story.aspx?id=94832.
Fariba Nawa to talk on investigative reporting in Afghanistan
Indiana University School of Journalism Web Report, October 13, 2013
Author discusses global leadership
Torie Schumacher, Indiana Daily Student, October 8, 2013
IU charity builds playground
Amanda Marino, IDSnews.com, October 3, 2013
A Global Center faculty development contributed to the development of this charity.
This article was originally found at www.idsnews.com/news/story.aspx?id=94445.
Studying Chinese in the MCCSC could pay off long into the future
Heraldtimes.com, September 11, 2013
The Center for the Study of Global Change, through Title VI funding, helped set in motion Chinese language learning in MCCSC.
Middle school students learning Chinese
Rachel Bunn, Heraldtimes.com, September 10, 2013
The Center for the Study of Global Change, through Title VI funding, helped set this new Chinese language program in motion.
IU and Ivy
Tech Partner for Global Awareness in Education and Exporting Expertise
Danniella Banks, BizVoicemagazine.com, Indiana Chamber of Commerce, September/October 2013
Amy Horowitz: Activist
Lee Ann Sandweiss, Bloom Magazine, July 9, 2013
Popularity and Culture
Lynn Schoch, International Moments, May 22, 2013
Ivy Tech, IU Center for the Study of Global Change partner on Global Learning Across Indiana project
Newsinfo.iu.edu, Feb. 4, 2013
IU, Ivy Tech partnership expands language education
Laura Schulte, IDSNews.com, Feb. 4, 2013
Ivy Tech, IU Form International Education Partnership
InsideIndianaBusiness.com, February 4, 2013
Ivy Tech Community College awarded nearly $500,000 in grants
Ivy Tech Community College News, October 24, 2012
Professor advocates for human trafficking victims
Nick Sobecki, IDSNews.com, November 2, 2011
Saskia Sassen is the first visiting scholar for IU's Framing the Global Project
George Vlahakis, Newsinfo.iu.edu, September 23, 2011
IU announces initial 15 Framing the Global fellows
George Vlahakis, Newsinfo.iu.edu, June 6, 2011
Conference focuses on nuclear weapons
Peggy Trytko, IDSNews.com, March 5, 2011
Benton mural display shares history
Eshley Spitzer, IDSNews.com, February 22, 2011
Journalists invited to IU conference, "Re-scripting Islam: Muslims and the Media"
Rosemary Pennington, Newsinfo.iu.edu, February 14, 2011
Weekend conference at IU to promote early language learning
Chuck Carney, Newsinfo.iu.edu, September 30, 2010
Ten international programs at IU awarded $17.6 million in Title VI funding
Larry MacIntyre and George Vlahakis, Newsinfo.iu.edu August 5, 2010
Mellon Foundation awards IU $755,000 for initiative on global issues and linkages across borders
George Vlahakis, Newsinfo.iu.edu, October 13, 2010
Initiative for inclusive campus enters new phase at IU Bloomington
Steve Hinnefeld, Newsinfo.iu.edu, April 6, 2010
IU's "Muslim Voices" project wins international award for best Twitter account
Rosemary Pennington, Newsinfo.iu.edu, December 30, 2009
Multicultural Understanding Awards given at IU Bloomington
Jodi Benenson, Newsinfo.iu.edu, April 3, 2009
Voice and Visions to sponsor media workshop
Margaret Ely, IDSNews.com, March 27, 2009
NPR reporter to keynote conference, "Uncovering Islam: Representing, Reporting, and Responsibilities"
Rosemary Pennington, Newsinfo.iu.edu, March 5, 2009
IU program about Islam honored with human rights award, additional national support
George Vlahakis, Newsinfo.iu.edu, February 17, 2009
Paths to Democracy: An International Conversation about Constitutional Stories
Debbie O'Leary and Hilary Kahn, Newsinfo.iu.edu, September 20, 2007
Indiana University wins national grant to launch project on Islam
Rosemary Pennington, Newsinfo.iu.edu, June 5, 2008
Student action, global health the focus of free weekend conference at IU
Bernadette de Leon, Newsinfo.iu.edu, March 26, 2008
Council on Foreign Relations' Flynn to speak at IU on April 1
George Vlahakis, Newsinfo.iu.edu, March 24, 2008
"Sugar Babies" comes to Bloomington
Ken Kingery and Maria Casillas, Newsinfo.iu.edu, January 29, 2008
Teachers to focus on global education issues at institute
Allyson O’Connor, Newsinfo.iu.edu, July 10, 2006
Exhibit in Wells Library features Nobel Peace Prize laureates
Beka Mech, Newsinfo.iu.edu, April 4, 2006
IU international programs honored for excellence by Goldman Sachs Foundation
George Vlahakis, Newinfo.iu.edu, December 7, 2005
City pledges $15,000 to Lotus in the Park; IU, Lotus foundation also involved in new free event
Nicole Kauffman, Newsinfo.iu.edu, July 7, 2005
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IU connects to campuses, world
Ryne Shadday, IDSNews.com, February 15, 2005
The greening of the conference – groups meeting at IU take the plunge
(author or media contact not listed), Newsinfo.iu.edu, October 10, 2010
Security expert speaks on international safety
Chris Freiberg and Warren Christopher Freiberg, IDSNews.com, February 20, 2004
Older women’s health and human rights subject for program at IUPUI
Richard Doty and Barbara Hawkins, Newsinfo.iu.edu, May 13, 2003
Center has international plans
Cameron Thibos, IDSNews.com, February 24, 2003
Cuban musicians to perform at IU’s Festival Latino as part of Lotus World Music and Arts Festival
George Vlahakis, Newsinfo.iu.edu September 8, 1999