Asia Education

Human trafficking experts visit IU School of Law – Indianapolis

By Tue, Jun 29, 2010 4:10AM UTC

George Edwards, international human rights law expert at the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis, and the school’s Program in International Human Rights Law hosted two law enforcers and a nongovernment organization official from the Philippines on Friday, June 25  to discuss the global human trafficking issue. The visit was sponsored

Welcome to America, have a double-double

By Tue, Jun 29, 2010 12:13AM UTC

I mentioned earlier that I spent the past week at an IHS conference. Several of the students were international and spending their first week ever in the United States with us. One was from Iraq, a few were from Europe. The conference provided all of our meals and our housing,

The World Cup

By Sun, Jun 27, 2010 5:39AM UTC

It was 6:30 am here in Calabasas and five friends from Pepperdine University came over to my apartment, three wearing red shirts reading “Power Korea”, and the other two with sky blue and white shirts. Today was first game of the 2010 Fifa World Cup knockout round in South Africa.

The Scholar-Practitioner Model

By Sat, Jun 26, 2010 7:01AM UTC

Last Thursday and Friday my colleagues and I attended the third annual Action Research Exhibition Conference to support and celebrate the yearlong work of the master of arts in learning technologies program’s cadre 12.   At the conference, students presented their portfolios of customized action research, developed to improve their work

Rutgers partners with Shude High School in China

By Sat, Jun 26, 2010 12:22AM UTC

Rutgers Vice-President of Enrollment Management Courtney McAnuff has returned from a trip to Chengdu, China to launch a partnership with Shude High School.  The partnership will prepare students to enter Rutgers University.  In the first year, there will be approximately 50 students in the program. Shude students will start in