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When Art Imitates Life

Being in the school play and working closely with the other student actors and directors did help me improve my Hindi skills and confidence in speaking.

Understanding Through First-Hand Experience

There may be small differences in the way we dress and what we eat, but we are all basically the same in our needs for protection, love, comfort, and freedom.

Tolis of Greece Returns for an Encore

"One of the highlights on my trip was my meeting with Howard Schwartz, the organizer of the top Hip Hop dance event in the world, Hip Hop International, and the producer of the television show America’s Best Dance Crew."

The Value of Networking

Networking and conquering fears in the The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program

The Teacher who Never Stopped Learning

Online Learners Build Community and Friendships in the E-Teacher Scholarship Program.

The "Tamada"

When Colin Hovde first arrived to the Republic of Georgia he immediately noticed the social differences compared to those of the United States.

The Richness of Diversity

I learned that there is great richness in diversity, and each person had an impact on me.

The Healing Power of Art

Art Therapist Ashley Door traveled to the centers of Zarqa, Ammon, and Aqaba to introduce the healing power of art to Palestinian and Pakistani refuges living with the trauma they’ve endured during their journeys.

The Economics of a Ghanaian Classroom

Adjusting perspectives of time and culture in the Teachers for Global Classrooms Program

The Challenges That Make Life Fun

Anna Voronina travels to North Carolina and gets to fulfill a life-long dream.

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