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Miller '15 Receives Princeton in Asia Acceptance

Dominque Miller '15 will go to Vietnam upon graduation to teach English through the Princeton in Asia Program. The program begins in mid-August and Miller will stay in Soc Trang, Vietnam, which is located in the Mekong Delta Region. Miller studied abroad in Vietnam in the fall of 2013 through a program offered by the Colleges' Center for Global Education, where she works as a program assistant. I...
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DeBenedetto '16 Awarded State Dept. Critical Language Scholarship

The latest HWS student to earn a Critical Languages Scholarship for Intensive Summer Institutes (CLS) from the U.S. Department of State, Charles DeBenedetto '16 will spend the summer of 2015 in Xi'an, China, where he will undertake an intensive Chinese language program at Shaanxi Normal University. The CLS Program was launched in 2006 as an overseas language and cultural immersion program for Ame...
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Mottainai: A Photo Exhibit

In June 2014, Sarah Meyer, the community outreach coordinator for the Finger Lakes Institute (FLI), led the annual Technos Program, which promotes international exchange and understanding on the campus of Technos International College, and offers students the opportunity to experience and appreciate Japanese life and culture. During the trip, Meyer captured a series of photographs reflecting on J...
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Chinese Teaching Associate Reflects

Throughout the academic year, the Asian Studies Department has welcomed Yao Li as a Chinese Teaching Associate at the Colleges for 2015. Li arrives at HWS on behalf of the ALLEX Foundation, or the Alliance for Language Learning and Educational Exchange. The Foundation operates with the purpose of facilitating excellence within the study of East Asian language and culture in colleges and universit...
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Cerulli Named 2015 Guggenheim Fellow

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Anthony Cerulli is the recipient of a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship, earning the sole award in the area of South Asian Studies this year. Since its establishment in 1925, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has granted more than $325 million in Fellowships to almost 18,000 individuals, among whom are scores of Nobel laureates and poets laureate, as ...
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