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Teaching in Germany and Poland: Challenging, but Rewarding!

– Miguel Olivas-Luján Of the many ways universities internationalize, teaching abroad might be one of the most surprisingly challenging, yet also most gratifying (though not necessarily in a monetary sense). In 2017-2018, during my sabbatical, I enjoyed working abroad on … Continue reading

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International Programming and Study Abroad at Clarion University

— Ray Feroz Every semester Clarion University hosts students from around the world who are here to take coursework for a semester, an academic year, or longer. They have diverse majors. Clarion also offers a program for English learners to … Continue reading

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