The Bridges project started at Indiana University in 2009 and connects volunteer students and faculty to children and families in the community eager to learn a foreign language. Focusing on lesser-taught languages, the project focused this semester on Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Persian and Japanese.Read the full story
Over 120 Hoosiers spent a recent Saturday in Indianapolis plotting the major routes and by-ways of a roadmap leading toward increased world language learning in Indiana.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight, in an effort to draw attention to foreign language education, will take part Saturday in the 2018 Indiana Language Roadmap Summit, organized by the Center for the Study of Global Change.
“On Islam: Muslims and the Media” offers insights into how Muslims are represented in the media.
While homophobia and transphobia have a human cost, Rutgers professor Yana van Der Meulen Rodgers said they also have an economic cost during a talk at the Indiana Memorial Union on Monday afternoon.
The Center for the Study of Global Change at the School of Global and International Studies, in collaboration with the IU School of Education, is developing a new project aiming at spreading global viewpoints in classrooms across Indiana.
This is the third consecutive year IU has hosted the Fulbright Gateway orientation. During their week on campus, members of the international cohort are introduced to their roles and responsibilities as Fulbright Foreign Students.
Galactic – an acronym for Global Arts, Local Arts, Culture, Technology, International Citizenship – is a teaching model developed by Amy Horowitz, a senior fellow at the Center for the Study of the Middle East (CSME).
School of Global and International Studies will administer program through its Center for the Study of Global Change to address state needs for business and other sectors.