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UMass:  UMass President Jack M. Wilson attends Tsinghua University's Centenial Celebration and Global Summit

 

 

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UMass:  UMass President Jack M. Wilson hosts a delegation from the Universities in Hessen Germany

 

 

UMass Lowell:  S. African Activist Awarded Doctorate

At the close of the International Women Leaders' Summit, Barbara Hogan was feted with an honorary degree for her courage in helping to upend South Africa's apartheid rule.

UMass Boston Thank-you to the UMASS Boston Community over $2000 was raised for donation to the Red Cross to aid in relief efforts in Japan

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UMass Boston William Joiner Center Director Receives Award in Vietnam

 

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UMass Amherst:  Hayes inducted as chevalier dans l'Ordre des Palmes Académiques

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UMass Amherst: Harper, in Portugal, describes youth food initiatives here

 

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UMass Amherst:  Classics chair Philippides takes on fall of Constantinople

 

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UMass Amherst:  Valdiviezo work on Latin American and Caribbean adolescent literacy is published

 

 

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UMass Boston:  UMass Boston Professor Discusses Governance at U.N. Global Ministerial Environment Forum in Nairobi

 

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UMass campuses hosted institutions of Hessen

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UMass Lowell: Women Peacemakers Conclude Summit with Signing of Lowell Declaration

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UMass Boston:UMass Boston Alum Leading the Efforts to Rebuild Haiti

 

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UMass Dartmouth alumnus, Acushnet native to discuss history-making  archaeological discovery April 13

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UMass Lowell: Morse Lecture Benefits Int'l Club

 

 

 

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UMass Lowell:  Cambodians' Recordings Archived at Library of Congress

 

 

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International Relations Advisory Council


Chair, Dr. Marcellette Williams, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Student Affairs and International Relations, University of Massachusetts
  • Dr. Jack Ahern, Vice Provost for International Programs, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Dr. Donal Carbaugh, Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Dr. Winston Langley, Provost, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Dr. Eunsook Hyun, Associate Provost and Director of the Office of International and Transnational Affairs, University of Massachusetts Boston 
  • Dr. Richard Panofsky, Assistant Chancellor University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • Dr. Michael Baum, Professor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • Dr. Mary Robbins,  Special Assistant to the Provost for Academic Initiatives , University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Dr. Krishna Vedula, Special Assistant for International Partnerships and Dean Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Dr. Mick Godkin, Director International Medical Education Program, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Dr. Katherine Luzuriaga, Associate Provost of Global Health, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Susan Kelly, Assistant Vice President for International Relations, University of Massachusetts

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