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URI gives a boost to global education

If you want to celebrate cultural diversity on campus, get a better idea of what it’s like to work overseas, or learn about the plight of child soldiers in the Congo, now is the time to register for sessions during International Education Week at the University of Rhode Island.

The five-day event, mostly at the Memorial Union, kicks off Nov. 12. Organizers are encouraging students, faculty, staff, and the public to sign up for programs as soon as possible.

“This is an occasion for the URI community to explore global education opportunities on campus, regionally and overseas,’’ said Kathleen Ramcharran...


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