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Society for International Education Launches Research Volume

On May 11, the Society for International Education launched Education in Emergencies and Post-Conflict Situations: Problems, Responses, Possibilities, an edited volume of graduate student research.
On May 11, the Society for International Education launched Education in Emergencies and Post-Conflict Situations: Problems, Responses, Possibilities, an edited volume of graduate student research. The evening featured a panel discussion, volume introduction, and reception. The panel was comprised of scholar-practitioners from across Columbia, including Dana Burde of Teachers College (pictured), Zachary Metz of the Center for International Conflict Resolution, and Neil Boothby of the Mailman School of Public Health. The SIE event was co-sponsored by the ITS Department and ASWG at TC and made possible through a grant from the CU President's and Provost's Student Initiative Fund.

Published Friday, Jun. 10, 2005

Society for International Education Launches Research Volume

On May 11, the Society for International Education launched Education in Emergencies and Post-Conflict Situations: Problems, Responses, Possibilities, an edited volume of graduate student research. The evening featured a panel discussion, volume introduction, and reception. The panel was comprised of scholar-practitioners from across Columbia, including Dana Burde of Teachers College (pictured), Zachary Metz of the Center for International Conflict Resolution, and Neil Boothby of the Mailman School of Public Health. The SIE event was co-sponsored by the ITS Department and ASWG at TC and made possible through a grant from the CU President's and Provost's Student Initiative Fund.
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