Tag Archives: UK

International Higher Education & Professional Government in Ukraine

Hi there! As academic life has been in full swing, I am behind with the blog. And as summer break begins, I’m back with this story – one that isn’t getting much coverage in the western news – about the link between … Continue reading

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Diaspora in Higher Education Development

While flying Air France recently, I flipped through their in-flight magazine and came upon this figure: “$300 billion: The amount of money sent by émigrés all over the world back to their country of origin every year – triple the … Continue reading

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Water at the crossroads of higher education + international development

From August 26th to 31st, the World Water Week Conference was held in Stockholm. Here is a short summary of some of the big issues and warnings. We need to start collecting and reusing the water we have now. We need to … Continue reading

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Sport as international development?

The Olympics have come.  The Olympics have gone.  The athleticism blew my mind – especially that of Ameircan Gymnast Gabby Douglas (who trains in my hometown)!  Whoa, she’s amazing. With stars in my eyes, I recently noticed two Masters programs … Continue reading

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