*  School of Nursing

International Student Exchange Program. International Students Exchange Program The university has a formal association with ... which is widely considered to be the top women's university in South Korea and currently the world's largest female educational ... The international student exchange program in the medical school is related to the curriculum for international communication. ... In this way, not only students but also faculty members are able to enjoy the benefits of the international exchange program.. ...
twmu.ac.jp/english/e05e_ns-inter.html

*  Additional Resources

Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) has two scholarships for US students: Bowman Travel Grant: for high school ... Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) has two scholarships for US students:. Bowman Travel Grant: for high ... University of Minnesota, International Study and Travel Center (ISTC), Scholarships Database. An excellent, free online ... The Bailey Scholarship is intended to promote increased participation in Council's International Study Programs by members of ...
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*  User Spotlight: Becky Bell, Council International Educational Exchange | ConnectVA

Council International Educational Exchange. User Spotlight: Becky Bell, Council International Educational Exchange. * May 3, ... I am Becky Bell and I volunteer with CIEE, Council International Educational Exchange, working with the high school exchange ... I have seen so many advancements in the exchange program since joining CIEE. Many opportunities have been offered for our ... "Discover America all over again through the eyes of international stuÂ-dents." ...
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*  Lives Without Limits | Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

Disability & International Exchange Programs Timeline. Video of Disability & International Exchange Programs Timeline. ... Explore the International Exchange Alumni website for all past and current participants of U.S. government-sponsored exchange ... Disability & International Exchange Programs Timeline. The Americans with Disabilities Act passed 25 years ago this year, but ... ECA has launched the Lives Without Limits campaign to promote the importance of inclusion within international exchanges. Join ...
https://eca.state.gov/lives-without-limits

*  Educational Cultural Exchanges - International Educational Exchange Programmes

Educational Cultural Exchanges.com. This is the place to be!. To see the animated announcement, install flash player. You can ... Educational Cultural Exchanges (ECE) is non-profit organization to help improve education abroad programmes, internships, work ... Our organisation is continuously establishing educational partnership with a host of educational institutions and other ... With this unique educational arrangement, students who study abroad on ECE`s programme may be able to transfer their credits to ...
educulturalexchange.com

*  About us - Dongfang International Center for Educational Exchange CSC

Copyright : Dongfang International Center for Educational Exchange,CSC. Address: Room 801, Jinyu Mansion, No.129A, Xuanwumen ... manage other matters concerning educational exchanges and scientific and technological cooperation on behalf of relevant ... and cultural exchanges and economic and trade cooperation between China and other countries, to strengthen the friendship and ... establish contacts with its counterparts at home and abroad and carry out exchange and cooperation with them.. The CSC ...
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*  International Exchange Activities | Josai University Educational Corporation

Shows the international exchange activities of Josai University Educational Corporation. ... It further holds international symposia, issues an English language magazine, representing the students' international ... which are spreading all over the world and we deepen our exchange through various programs such as student and teacher exchange ... The Josai International Education Center has signed agreements with a number of universities in various countries and serves as ...
josai.jp/en/international/

*  Media Educational Exchange Program for Georgian Journalists | ICFJ - International Center for Journalists

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) conducted a program for Georgian journalists named the Media Educational ... International Center for Journalists. 2000 M Street NW, Suite 250. Washington, DC 20036. Tel: (202) 737-3700 ... Exchange Program, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Georgia through the Public Affairs Section, and implemented by ICFJ. ...
icfj.org/our-work/media-educational-exchange-program-georgian-journalists

*  MAKITA-JINICHI International Scholarship Fund (Japan Educational Exchanges and Services(JEES)) (學部, 碩士, 博士) | 獎學金咨詢 | 留學信息網站

Japan Educational Exchanges and Services(JEES)). MAKITA-JINICHI International Scholarship Fund (Japan Educational Exchanges and ... 日本留學信息網站JPSS , 新聞/有用的留學資訊 , 獎學金咨詢 , MAKITA-JINICHI
jpss.jp/zh-tw/scholarship/766/

*  Institutions Using of NIGHTSEA Equipment Technical Data Sheet

Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), Study Abroad Program. *STINAPA, National Marine Park ... Research and Educational Institutions Using NIGHTSEA. EMS Catalog #SFA Nightsea. There are now at least 632 research and ... educational institutions in 47 countries using NIGHTSEA equipment for a wide variety of applications, and the list is growing ...
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*  Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) with Counseling Psychology Specialization | College of Education | Washington State University

Presented at the annual council on International Educational Exchange conference, Los Angeles, California. ... Olusola Adesope, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology. *Chad Gotch, Clinical Assistant Professor of Educational ... International perspectives. Presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. ... Journal of Educational Computing Research, 55, 46 - 59.. Allik, J., Church, A. T., Ortiz, F. A., Rossier, J., Hrebickova, M., ...
https://education.wsu.edu/accreditation/counselingpsychphd/

*  Opening Minds

The Institute of International Education's Opening Minds blog is IIE's take on international educational exchange, student ... to inform their international student recruitment. Open Doors, an annual survey of international educational exchange in the US ... international education as those of us in the "exchange" or internationalization field know it, and international education as ... Five International Exchange Alumni Impacting the World Read about five distinguished alumni of scholarships managed or ...
https://iie.org/Blog?tag=emdap

*  Master of Public Health - Claremont Graduate University

With the Council on International Educational Exchange, you'll explore the country's health care delivery system and learn the ... In order to enhance understanding and to facilitate international collaboration and IM development worldwide, the UCLA Center ... understanding of leadership skills and be able to apply public health principles to health problems in local and international ...
https://cgu.edu/academics/program/ma-public-health/

*  LDT Master's Projects | Stanford Graduate School of Education

Virtual Educational Exchange for Local and International Journalists. In zones of conflict, international journalists rely ... Grade school field trips are often some of the most memorable and exciting portions of a student's educational career. However ... The activity takes the learner's interest in music and provides and educational experience; challenging them to use specific ... With dissimilar backgrounds, local and international journalists often interpret the same events from different historical, ...
https://ed.stanford.edu/ldt/students/ma-projects?qt-view__ldt_projects__page=6

*  IIE Publications

Brazil-U.S. International Educational Exchange. Brazil-U.S. International Educational Exchange ... International India: A Turning Point in Educational Exchange with the U.S.. International India ... Educational Exchange between the United States and China. Educational Exchange between the United States and China (2008) ... U.S.-China Educational Exchange: Perspectives on a Growing Partnership (2008). U.S.-China Educational Exchange ...
https://iie.org/en/Research-and-Insights/Publications

*  Awards and Recognition | Regenerative Medicine at the McGowan Institute | Page 5

Scholar Program is the flagship international educational exchange effort sponsored by the U.S. government. The Fulbright ... Administered by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars, on behalf of the U.S. Department of State, the Fulbright U. ... The International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the governing body over its Games the same as the International Olympic Committee ... has been awarded the 2013 Gold Medal of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM). ...
mirm.pitt.edu/category/awards-and-recognition/page/5/

*  Senior wins Fulbright Research Grant to study indigenous healing practices in Mongolia - University of Richmond

The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government, designed to ... The university's Office of International Education has exchange partnerships with more than 75 institutions outside the U.S., ... Richmond's international education program sends nearly 60 percent of undergraduates to study abroad with university support, ... She also studied abroad in India, China, Switzerland and South Africa in fall 2011 through an international honors program ...
news.richmond.edu/releases/article/-/11355/senior-wins-fulbright-research-grant-to-study-indigenous-healing-practices-in-mongolia.html

*  Rowlett Volunteer Opportunities

Host an Exchange Student! SHARE! is a global non-profit educational foundation that has been providing international student ... Make a Dream Come True - Host an Exchange Student or Become a Local Coordinator! with international Experience-USA (iE-USA) ... Host a High School Exchange Student! with SHARE! High School Student Exchange Program,... ... At International Experience-USA (iE-USA) we believe that learning about other cultures, languages, and customs is the best way ...
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*  Education, Educational/Cultural Exchanges | REESWeb

Institute for International Liberal Education, Bard College Added to REESWeb on: November 02, 2000 Last checked on: October 18 ... Education, Educational/Cultural Exchanges. Subterms for Education. *Universities, Institutes & Academic Programs. *Scholarly ... REESWeb is brought to you by: University of Pittsburgh , University Center for International Studies , Center for Russian & ...
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*  International Exchange Center website

International Exchange Center helps students who want to get education and find a job in a foreign country. The company was ... Educational programs. Employment programs. Favicons with flags help to navigate the website. ...
artlebedev.com/iec/site/

*  Arkansas | history - geography - state, United States | Britannica.com

... an educational program that funds international exchanges.. Health and welfare. Malaria, pellagra, and pinworm, all of which ... or a combination thereof to a landlord in exchange for the right and means to cultivate the land. As the rate of farm ... ultimately allowing the establishment of industries that serve national and international markets. The World Wide Web also has ... the state undertook many programs to accelerate development and to equalize educational, economic, and social opportunity. Area ...
https://britannica.com/place/Arkansas-state

*  International Support Services

Support in planning for student educational experiences and exchanges. Project Planning. *Guidance for project planning and ... International Support Services Overview. International Support Services (ISS) is a function within UMMS central administration ... International Support Services 55 Lake Ave North, Worcester MA 01655 Questions or Comments? Email: InternationalSupportServices ... Support in preparing international partnership agreements (MOUs, Affiliation Agreements). * ...
https://umassmed.edu/international-support-services/

*  American Urological Association - Coding Resources and Information

International Member Committee * Collaborations * Collaborations * Events and Exhibits * Around the World * Educational ... Academic Exchanges * Overview * Exchange Programs * Brazil * China * Europe * India * Urological Society of India ...
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*  Modern Technology Of Oils, Fats & Its Derivatives (2nd Revised Edition) by Niir Board, ISBN: 9788178330853 | NPCS

By effecting heat exchange between the feed and the bleached oil, some saving of heat exchange between the feed and the ... International, World, Foreign Buyers, Importers & Ex .... *. Investment Opportunities In India, Identified Projects ... ... Education Business, Educational Institution, Engineering .... *. Electroplating, Anodizing , Metal Treatment, Powder Coat .... ...
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*  29-2011.00 - Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists

Training and Teaching Others - Identifying the educational needs of others, developing formal educational or training programs ... This information can be exchanged in person, in writing, or by telephone or e-mail. ... Employment and Training Administration is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. ...
https://onetonline.org/link/summary/29-2011.00

(1/77) The role of curriculum in influencing students to select generalist training: a 21-year longitudinal study.

To determine if specific curricula or backgrounds influence selection of generalist careers, the curricular choices of graduates of Mount Sinai School of Medicine between 1970 and 1990 were reviewed based on admission category. Students were divided into three groups: Group 1, those who started their first year of training at the School of Medicine; Group 2, those accepted with advanced standing into their third year of training from the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education, a five-year program developed to select and produce students likely to enter primary care fields; and Group 3, those accepted with advanced standing into the third year who spent the first two years at a foreign medical school. All three groups took the identical last two years of clinical training at the School of Medicine. These were no significant differences with respect to initial choice of generalist training programs among all three groups, with 46% of the total cohort selecting generalist training. Of those students who chose generalist programs, 58% in Group 1, 51% in Group 2, and 41% in Group 3 remained in these fields rather than progressing to fellowship training. This difference was significant only with respect to Group 3. However, when an analysis was performed among those students providing only primary care as compared to only specialty care, there were no significant differences. Analysis by gender revealed women to be more likely to select generalist fields and remain in these fields without taking specialty training (P < .0001). Differentiating characteristics with respect to choosing generalist fields were not related to either Part I or Part II scores on National Board Examinations or selection to AOA. However, with respect to those specific specialties considered quite competitive (general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, and ophthalmology), total test scores on Part I and Part II were significantly higher than those of all other students. The analysis indicated that, despite the diverse characteristics of students entering the third year at the School of Medicine, no one group produced a statistically greater proportion of generalists positions than any other, and academic performance while in medical school did not have a significant influence on whether a student entered a generalist field.  (+info)

(2/77) The International Health Program: the fifteen-year experience with Yale University's Internal Medicine Residency Program.

The purpose of this study was to assess the impact of international health electives on physicians-in-training. A retrospective study was conducted using an anonymous, self-administered mailed survey to internal medicine residents who trained at Yale from 1982 to 1996 based on their experience with our International Health Program (IHP). The response rate was 61%, with 96 completed surveys in the participant group and 96 completed surveys in the nonparticipant group. Participants were more likely than nonparticipants to care for patients on public assistance (77 versus 49; P < 0.001) and immigrant patients (41 versus 23; P = 0.006). Among residents who changed their career plans, participants (22) were more likely than nonparticipants (14) to switch from subspecialty medicine to general medicine (P = 0.02). Participants were significantly more likely to have a positive view of health care delivery in developing countries. Compared with nonparticipants (64), IHP participants (74) believed that the physical examination is under-used by physicians from the United States as a diagnostic skill (P = 0.03). International health experiences appeared to have an important impact on the decisions and attitudes of residents.  (+info)

(3/77) A surgical sabbatical in France.

During my stay in France I had the unique opportunity to meet surgical professors from all over the world and made many friends and contacts in the field of hepatobiliary surgery. Brittany is a beautiful province of France, having unique way of life and approach to social and societal problems. The cultural enrichment that I received from my year there will last a lifetime, as well the many fond memories of the people, the culinary delights and the spectacular seashore.  (+info)

(4/77) Medical students exchange program organized by Croatian Medical Students International Committee, 1996-2000.

AIM: To assess the interest of Croatian medical students in going to foreign countries and foreign medical students' interest in coming to Croatia for one-month professional and research clerkship in the period from 1996 to 2000. METHOD: Data were obtained from contracts between Croatian Medical Students' International Committee and other National Member Organizations of the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations; from student Application forms; reports of the Local Committees of Croatian Medical Students' International Committee summed up in a Statistical form and used for statistical analysis in the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations; and from Cards of acceptance and Cards of confirmation. RESULTS: The number of available bilateral exchange places increased from 28 in 1996 to 66 in 1999. Croatian students going for clerkship abroad used 65.8% of available places and foreign students realized 59.3% of all places available in Croatia. Most of the exchange students chose clinical, whereas only a small number chose preclinical clerkship. The most visited were the departments of medicine and general surgery. All the students preferred doing their clerkships in August. Most foreign students came from Italy, Spain, Slovakia, and Hungary. Croatian students preferred to go to Italy, Spain, Egypt, and Finland. CONCLUSION: Political problems strongly affected students' interest in doing clerkship in a certain country. Croatia needs to attract more students from different countries and to increase the interest of Croatian students in doing clerkship in Eastern European countries.  (+info)

(5/77) The EXCEL Program: strengthening diversity.

The Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine (BUSDM) initiated a program in the summer of 1993 to strengthen diversity in the entering class of first-year students. The Experiential Center for Excellence in Learning (EXCEL) Program is a voluntary, one-month-long prematriculation experience that combines didactic, laboratory, study skills, and social activities to prepare participants to transition into the rigorous first-year curriculum. From 1996 to 2000, ninety students participated in EXCEL. The two primary reasons cited for participating were to become familiar with the school, faculty, and classmates and to strengthen basic science background. Participants' ages ranged from twenty to over forty. Fifty-nine percent of participants had been out of college for more than one year; 10 percent had been out of school for three years or more. Thirty percent listed nontraditional predental school majors. Fifty-six percent listed a country other than the United States as country of birth. Of those completing an exit survey, 96 percent reported that EXCEL strengthened their decision to study dentistry, and 97 percent would recommend that future entering BUSDM students participate in EXCEL. The EXCEL Program may serve as a model for increasing diversity in U.S. dental school enrollment.  (+info)

(6/77) The Russian health care system today: can American-Russian CME programs help?

The health of the Russian people has deteriorated dramatically since the fall of communism, due particularly to cardiovascular disease. The Eurasian Medical Education Program was developed in response to provide continuing medical education for Russian physicians. Programs are directed mainly toward primary care physicians and focus on outpatient management of diseases that cause high rates of mortality and morbidity. This experience provides an opportunity to assess the structure and functioning of the Russian health care system and emphasizes the importance of general internal medicine training in detection, management, and prevention of disease complications.  (+info)

(7/77) Temptation of academic medicine: second alma mater and "shared employment' concepts as possible way out?

Apparently, in developing and in well-developed societies we are confronted with a crisis of academic medicine in all aspects: health care, teaching, and research. Health care providers in teaching hospitals are under pressure to generate revenues, academic research is pressed to keep pace with institutions devoted solely to research, and teaching is often understood not as privilege and honor but as burden and nuisance. The key problem and the principal cause of the crisis are low interest of the best young graduates to follow an academic career in a world where the benefits and values of the private sector are prevailing. Confronted with these circumstances and the continuous perils of permanent brain-drain, we developed an innovative concept of "shared employment' where two academic institutions (one in a developed and one in a developing country) will collaborate in development and support of fresh talents, building elite academic staff. Most academic exchange programs developed so far have proved to be ineffective and of poor vitality, in spite of loud exclamations, high expectations, and a huge amount of good will involved. In contrast, the suggested cooperation will be based exclusively on mutual interest and clearly defined benefits for all involved parties.  (+info)

(8/77) International pediatric cardiac assistance in Croatia: results of the 10 year program.

AIM: In an effort to help alleviate the lack of an adequate pediatric cardiac surgical service that existed in Croatia following 1991 the International Childrens Heart Foundation (ICHF) was asked to provide the necessary surgery. Initially, this project was undertaken as a humanitarian program to provide pediatric cardiac operations. After 5 years, the Republic of Croatia financially sponsored the program. The intended purpose of the Government Sponsored Program was to provide staff education, clinical services, and the development of an organized pediatric cardiac service team in country. The surgical results of the humanitarian program and the educational and surgical results of the Government sponsored program are reported. METHODS: Review of 3 separate databases maintained in country and the database of the ICHF in Memphis, Tennessee, was undertaken. Risk classification of the operations performed was performed using the Risk Adjustment in Congenital Heart Surgery method. RESULTS: A total of 32 trips (11 during the Humanitarian Program, and 21 during the Government Sponsored Program) were made between April 1993 and July 2003. A total of 601 primary operations (151 - Humanitarian Program, 450 - Government Sponsored Program) were preformed. Overall mortality in the cardiac surgical department for the Government Sponsored Program was 11%, non-risk adjusted. There were 4 senior surgeons, 3 surgical residents, 6 cardiac anesthesiologists, 2 pediatric intensivists, and 3 pediatric cardiologists involved in the educational program. CONCLUSIONS: The combination of humanitarian and government sponsored pediatric cardiac surgical missions provided 601 Croatian children with operations. Substantial progress was made in the areas of anesthesia, perfusion, and postoperative care in the cardiac surgical intensive care unit. Despite these improvements a number of issues still exist that prevent the development of an independently functioning full service pediatric cardiac program.  (+info)



CIEE


  • I am Becky Bell and I volunteer with CIEE, Council International Educational Exchange, working with the high school exchange program. (connectva.org)
  • I have seen so many advancements in the exchange program since joining CIEE. (connectva.org)

Scholarship


  • The Bailey Scholarship is intended to promote increased participation in Council's International Study Programs by members of groups which have traditionally been under-represented in study abroad, especially ethnic minority students. (globeaware.org)
  • Many opportunities have been offered for our children to study abroad on exchange programs including scholarship study abroad programs. (connectva.org)

mission


  • The Pedagogical Section has a mission of educational research and development of anthroposophy-inspired pedagogy. (freunde-waldorf.de)

members


  • The members are interested and active citizens from the educational sector. (freunde-waldorf.de)