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UFS Spring Conference: Globalizing Education


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Date  Friday, April 24th, 9:00am-2:30 pm
Location John Jay College

Speaker list in formation

Opening remarks   Chancellor J.B. Milliken

Keynote  Daniel Kramer, Director, Fulbright U.S. Study Program, Institute for International Education

Additional topics
  • Adding an international component to courses
  • Establishing a CUNY study abroad program
  • Applying for grants to research and teach abroad
  • Poster session by recent Fulbright winners
Registration
  • Seating is limited; registration is required
  • RSVP to Vernice Blanchard as soon as possible at Vernice.blanchard@cuny.edu
  • Registration deadline Tuesday, April 21
  • Please provide your contact information, including phone number

UFS Plenary Meeting Dates 2014-2015

Plenaries: Tuesdays
Social 6:00 pm
Meeting 6:30 p.m.
CUNY Graduate Center, 9th Floor
365 Fifth Avenue, between 34th and 35th Streets

Dates

September 9
October 28 (standing committees will meet before)
December 9
February 10 (standing committees will meet before)
March 24 (this meeting only: Concourse level, Room C201/2/3)
May 5

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