INTERCULTURAL AFFAIRS

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Intercultural Affairs, 288 Pulteney Street

 

Beyond Borders in South Africa

Seven students participating in the Beyond Borders global leadership program will travel to South Africa this summer to expand on their study of critical issues facing Africa and the United States. Students in the program offered by the Centennial Center for Leadership (CCL) are Ato Bentsi-Enchill '17, Susannah Berry '16, Molly Dietrich '17, Kimberly Gutierrez '17, Mary Kubinski '17, Domenic Mero...
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Tanaka Series Welcomes James Mark Shields

James Mark Shields, associate professor of comparative humanities and Asian thought at Bucknell University, recently served as a guest of the Tanaka Asian Studies Lecture Series on April 18, delivering the talk, "Against Harmony: Progressive and Radical Buddhism in Modern Japan." "Professor Shields is one of the leading specialists in radical and progressive Buddhism, pushing the boundaries of ho...
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Bentsi-Enchill '17 accepted into Africa-focused entrepreneurship program

Ato Bentsi-Enchill '17 was recently named as one of only 1,000 entrepreneurs selected for the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program (TEEP). Launched in 2015 by Tony Elumelu, Nigerian economist, entrepreneur and philanthropist, the TEEP is the largest African philanthropic initiative devoted to entrepreneurship and represents a 10-year, $100 million commitment to identify and empower 10,000 Africa...
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Meet the Fulbrights

HWS and the Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program have continued a longstanding partnership this year, with the Colleges currently hosting four teaching assistants from around the world. At HWS, the FLTAs share their native language and experiences through seminar classes, weekly conversation groups and engagement in student cultural organizations. Hiba Amro, from Amman, Jordan, ha...
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Students in D.C. for Model African Union

Five HWS students recently served as representatives of the Republic of Djibouti during the national Model African Union Conference at Howard University in Washington, D.C. where they deliberated on important policies and issues facing Africa. Advised by Assistant Professor of Economics Keoka Grayson, the team from Hobart and William Smith, which included Oluwaseun Adetola '17, Ato Bentsi-Enchill...
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Geneva, N.Y. 14456
Email: ic@hws.edu
Phone: 315-781-3319
Fax: 315-781-3888

 

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