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Mon September 9, 2013
Study examines ways to improve international education
A two year study seeks to help the University of Wyoming develop ways to improve International Education.
UW International Programs Director Anne Alexander says the first recommendation in the report involves training faculty to teach students about international issues. Another recommendation involves teaching the entire state.
“One thing we found in a lot of our focus groups and town hall meetings was that people were really interested in working together to bring in international programming,” Alexander said. “They are also interested in expanding opportunities for say their Community College students to go on exchanges that maybe UW has arranged.”
Alexander says input came from across the state.