The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) program, in addition to improving the language skills of young Americans over the past ten years, has resulted in a better understanding of the best practices for teaching foreign languages at host country institutions.
Design offers a way for our government to better and more effectively serve its citizens. In the inaugural Interagency Meeting on Design & Public Policy, designers & policy makers in government came together to discuss their human-centered design thinking process.
In this 2 min and 30 second video, we hear from the P2P finalist project participants from “It’s Time:ExOut Extremism (1st place, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)), Newsworthy (2nd place, Vesalius College, Belgium), and Imagine (3rd place, Khazar University, Azerbaijan).
This video highlights the benefits of hosting a student with disabilities, through the story of Nehemiah Danjuma and his host family.
This recording provides a review of information that was covered during the Virtual Pre-Departure Orientation (VPDO) for U.S. Scholars to India that took place on Wednesday, June 15.
Zaid discusses his exchange experience in Indiana as a Jordanian Christian with many Muslim friends.