1. HJU Global Studies: Exploring the World, Exploring Ourselves

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    The Hiroshima Jogakuin University Global Studies, Peace and Leadership Summer Seminar is an annual five week intensive international program hosted by Hiroshima Jogakuin University (HJU). Students from around the world experience virtual classroom preparation before embarking on a journey through Asia; comprised of a one week Peace Seminar and home-stays in Japan, followed by a ten-day social justice service learning project with partnering NGOs based in Asia. In 2012 the groups completed fieldwork throughout India and Thailand. For more information contact the HJU Global Studies in English Department at http://www.hju.ac.jp/ or http://www.hju.ac.jp/eng

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    • HJU Global Studies: Leaving Home to Discover Something Familiar

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      The Hiroshima Jogakuin University Global Studies, Peace and Leadership Summer Seminar is an annual five week intensive international program hosted by Hiroshima Jogakuin University (HJU). Students from around the world experience virtual classroom preparation before embarking on a journey through Asia; comprised of a one week Peace Seminar and home-stays in Japan, followed by a ten-day social justice service learning project with partnering NGOs based in Asia. In 2012 the groups completed fieldwork throughout India and Thailand. For more information contact the HJU Global Studies in English Department at http://www.hju.ac.jp/ or http://www.hju.ac.jp/eng

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      • ASU Dublin Internship & Study Abroad Program - Summer 2013

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        Arizona State University students! Find out more about one of the top international internship and study abroad programs available anywhere! Spend 9 weeks living, interning, and enjoying life in beautiful Dublin, Ireland! May 27th - July 27, 2013. Contact me if you would like more information or to be put on my Dublin 2013 program updates list! Cheers, Dave

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        • International Mobility: Move to Work USA 2011

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          In April 2011, 29 French job seekers came to America as part of the Move to Work program. This was a result of a partnership between leaders in the French Government and leaders in higher education at Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood, Washington and Ivy Tech Community College in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The program was piloted through ECLEE, the European Center for Leadership and Entrepreneurship Education. This is a condensed version of the original half-hour documentary. The French students/participants are responsible for most of the video and photography images with the exception of the studio interviews where I was director of photography and the motion graphics were created by Ted Tiefel.

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          • Bringing Hope through Art and Creative Action

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            For Lily Yeh, abandoned city lots are an endless resource for urban transformation. Listen to her report back from her collaborative arts project in Philadelphia where she explores how to work together to change our environment and the world.

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            • Beyond Bullets: A Photo Journal of Afghanistan

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              Award-winning photographer Rafal Gerszak spent a year embedded with the American military in Afghanistan, where he used his camera to document everyday life in the war-torn country. BEYOND BULLETS: A PHOTO JOURNAL OF AFGHANISTAN (Annick Press) addresses the volatile situation in Afghanistan with sensitivity and profound insight. Rafal's stunning photos reveal an Afghanistan we rarely see. “Gerszak’s frank and descriptive observations effectively convey the ugliness, monotony and tragedy of war.” —Kirkus Reviews, 10/11 For more books on subjects a to z, visit annickpress.com ; for more book video trailers, visit movingstories.tv

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              • Meet Denis Brochu, Resident Director of SYA France

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                Denis Brochu is a native of Quebec and began as Resident Director of SYA France in 2007. With both a B.S. and M.A. in French, Denis has spent his entire career promoting French language and culture. He is a seasoned educator and administrator, having taught all levels of French. While at member school Phillips Exeter Academy, Denis was department chair of foreign languages, particpated in immersion and exchange programs and served as the SYA coordinator. He also served as dean of students for many years.

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                • Global Studies:MDG's Halving Hunger

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                  video on the first millenium development goal halving hunger

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                  • From Pittsburg to Paris: Global studies at a CA Community College

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                    This is a film about Los Medanos College students and their journey from Pittsburg, CA to Paris, France. This shows how under-privileged and under-represented students can become global students. For six weeks, students studied fine arts and French language at the Institut Catholique in Paris. They were immersed in French culture and lived in one of the largest cities in the world as international students. This video serves as a trailer for a longer documentary. Enjoy!

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                    • Metis, Mixed-ness and Music: Aboriginal-Ukrainian Encounters and Cultural Production on the Canadian Prairies

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                      Global Focus Lecture Series WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2011 7:00 PM, Walker Ames Room (221), Kane Hall University of Washington 2010–11 Canada-US Fulbright Chair, Marcia Ostashewski Marcia Ostashewski, the 2010–2011 Canada-US Fulbright Visiting Chair, is an ethnomusicologist investigating intersections of music and dance with race and ethnicity, gender, class and region, with a specific focus on Ukrainian dance and culture in Cape Breton and Aboriginal/Ukrainian encounters and relations on the prairies of Canada. This lecture is the annual Canada-US Fulbright Lecture and is also part of the Global Focus lecture series. For More Information on the Global Focus Lecture Series: jsis.washington.edu/​focus/​ SPONSOR: Sponsored by the Canadian Studies Center and the Jackson School of International Studies National Resource Centers CONTACT: For more information, contact the Canadian Studies Center at (206) 221-6374 or canada@uw.edu. For more information, please visit http://jsis.washington.edu/canada/faculty/fulbright.shtml

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