It was Friday, June 9, and Indiana University School of Global and International Studies Dean Lee Feinstein was welcoming participants in IU’s Summer Language Workshop to Bloomington and the School. “So, did anyone watch TV yesterday morning?” Feinstein inquired of the crowd gathered in the auditorium.
Month: June 2017
One is a ballroom dancer. The other, a self-professed media junkie with wanderlust. The first is from a small town in Illinois, the other from Fort Wayne, Indiana. They’ve both studied Spanish. And they’re both headed to Central Eurasia on a prestigious scholarship.
School of Global and International Studies will administer program through its Center for the Study of Global Change to address state needs for business and other sectors.
SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein and the Indiana University Alumni in International Affairs hosted a happy hour event at the new IU Washington, D.C. office Thursday June 15, an alumni networking event for School of Global and International Studies. The event attracted many professionals with IU connections in the nation’s capital as well as IU alumni… Read more »
“Our school mission statement is to develop global learners,” explained kindergarten teacher Kendra Guerrero, on the Indiana University Bloomington campus this week for the Dual Language Immersion Institute, “so this fits really nicely in the vision of our school.”
It was a Wednesday morning in late May, and David Bosco and Scott Shackelford were busy making breaking news relevant to the theme they were getting ready to lecture on: “The Changing Nature of Conflict.” “It came up with North Korea this morning,” pointed out Shackelford, associate professor of business law and ethics at IU… Read more »