Dean Colin Crawford of UofL Brandeis School of Law blogs about his experience hosting an IVLP delegation.
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“It impacted my point of view of the world. All the workshops […] I had opened my eyes about so many things that I don’t even know how to describe it.” – Odir
Five Russian journalists who visited Bardstown Thursday contrasted the freedom of the American press with the constraints under which they must work in their country. – Kentucky Standard
Every year our Hershberg Scholarship provides funds of at least $1,500 to promising research trips abroad. This past summer one of our recipients, Darby Brown, a senior at the University of Kentucky, spent the summer in Pamplona, Spain, learning about renewable energy infrastructures. An account of her stay, in her own words, is below. Hershberg […]
It’s been one year since we implemented our Global Citizenship Certificate Program (GCCP), a program for high school students that encourages them to seek out and engage with different cultures in their community. We wanted to know what new experiences the program was creating for our students and what it was inspiring them to do […]
From June 27-July 1, a group of four Filipino officials and professionals from different sectors including the federal government, local government, non-governmental/private organizations and law enforcement visited Louisville to learn about Kentucky’s efforts to reduce demand for illicit drugs and improve rehabilitation programs for addicts. Visitors spent two days attending meetings with various organizations and officials, […]
Congratulations to duPont Manual High School, who placed 6th in this year’s national Academic WorldQuest Compeition. The competition was held on April 28 in Washington, D.C., and featured over 250 students from nearly 50 high schools nationwide, making this no small achievement. On the team were Aditya Mehta, Agharnan Gandhi, Mark Raj, Jake Powell, and Pranav Senthivel. Manual […]
Fourteen adaptive sports coaches descended on Louisville from Zambia for the 2018 National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament! The fourteen coaches represented Special Olympics Zambia, National Paralympic Committee of Zambia, Ministry of Youth, Sport, and Child Development, Baeuleni United Sports Academy, and more. The coaches were invited to the United States on a project of “Disability Rights […]
Kaitlin Henning is a undergraduate at the University of Kentucky studying anthropology and international studies. Last year she became one of our two 2017 Hershberg Scholarship winners with her proposal to travel to Oaxaca to study social justice. A reflection on her experiences this past summer in Mexico are below. This summer, thanks in part […]
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