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Report: Atlanta Among Leading Cities for Seoul Student Spenders

by Trevor Williams | August 29, 2014 China may reign in sending students to Georgia, but broken down by metro area, Atlanta’s connections to the South Korea's capital could prove most productive economically.  More

School Built From Containers at the Forefront of Healing Haitian Children

by Phil Bolton | August 29, 2014 The David Livingstone of “Dr. Livingstone, I presume,” fame — H.M. Stanley’s reported salutation on the banks of Lake Tanganyika on Nov. 10, 1871 -- held a mythic status during the Victorian era as being simultaneously a missionary and an advocate of Britain's commercial empire, an extraordinarily adventurous explorer and an anti-slavery crusader. More
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Kennesaw State's 'Year of the Arabian Peninsula' Program Opens This Week

by Phil Bolton | August 25, 2014 Kennesaw State University's 31st annual study of a country or region begins this week with the “Year of the Arabian Peninsula,” which is to feature a series of events focused on seven countries that comprise the area: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen. More

Georgia State Master's for Foreign Attorneys to Aid Arbitration Center

by Trevor Williams | August 25, 2014 Georgia State University’s law school next fall will launch a master’s degree program to help lawyers trained in overseas jurisdictions gain eligibility to practice law in the United States.  More

UGA Student Fulbright Recipients to Study on Four Continents

by Phil Bolton | August 22, 2014 Twelve University of Georgia students have been awarded international travel-study grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program for the 2014-15 academic year, the second largest number of recipients eclipsed only by the 17 students accepted for the 2012-13 academic year. More