Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs

INTERCULTURAL AFFAIRS

From Scotland to the U.S., Wilson '24 Reflects on HWS International Student Experience

Wilson Reece Portrait AFarid 0026Rising sophomore Reece Wilson '24 answers questions about the first-year student experience. A Sutton Trust Scholar, Wilson is an international student from Kelty, Scotland. On campus, he joined the International Student Association, co-launched the HWS chapter of Phi Beta Lambda, a collegiate business career organization and won a prize at their annual Future Business Leaders Conference.
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MUSTAFA SAYED '11: The Art of Listening

Sayed MustafaDiplomacy is only as productive as each party’s capacity to listen. This principle, which Mustafa Sayed ’11 absorbed from mentors around the globe, serves as a model for his work as executive…
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RUIWAN XU '11: Mentoring through the Unknown

Ruiwan Xu“Your mentor only has one hour for you. What are you going to use it for?” Ruiwan Xu ’11 likes to ask young professionals. Her advice? Touch base with them during life’s…
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Lopez '21 to Continue Studies in Madrid

Lopez AndresAndres Lopez '21 will pursue his M.A. in Spanish through a program with Middlebury College that begins with a few weeks work on the Vermont campus before completing the program…
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DEI Encourages Education and Participation for Juneteenth

Juneteenth Tabling Farms Market KColton-0024-2“For generations, education about the significance of Juneteenth has gone hand-in-hand with celebrations of Juneteenth. We can all be a part of this tradition by learning and teaching about this extraordinary holiday,” says Associate Professor of Education and Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Khuram Hussain,
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The Campus Pulse

The 60 Second Series

The Campus Pulse is a video series that showcases a variety of initiatives, programs and events organized by members of the HWS community. Intercultural Affairs has designed this series to engage the campus in issues related to culture, social justice, and diversity. Stay tuned for additional voices coming soon and review past postings at our Center's blog.



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288 Pulteney Street
Geneva, N.Y. 14456
Email: ic@hws.edu
Phone: 315-781-3319
Fax: 315-781-3888


 

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