GSE News: Global Initiatives

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February 10, 2017

As the world becomes more connected, people from different countries, who speak different languages, need to find ways to communicate. Yumi Matsumoto examines how people from diverse backgrounds use English as a lingua franca to bridge these linguistic and cultural divides.

 

  • Global Initiatives
  • Alumni
October 1, 2016

A master’s student in the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program, James Busacca is pursuing his dreams of an international career.

  • Global Initiatives
September 19, 2016

Wolf’s research is helping education leaders in Ghana reimagine the school experience.

 

  • Global Initiatives
July 11, 2016

Ravitch’s research allows her to work closely with other scholars in India’s educational systems, as well as travel extensively across the country to assess India’s diverse educational contexts in order to offer advice that will guide policy.

 

  • Global Initiatives
June 28, 2016

The eSchool 360 program in rural Zambia uses strength of Penn GSE's quantitative methods research to inform the Impact Network's schools. 

 

  • Global Initiatives
  • Alumni
April 14, 2016

Shruti Bhat, GED’15, has made it her mission to bring education, health, and social services to children in poverty around the globe.

  • Global Initiatives
March 7, 2016

For sixteen years, Hornberger made the Forum a launching pad for academic careers. 

 

  • Global Initiatives
February 23, 2016

Bokova says UNESCO needs universities like Penn to do more high-quality research on international development.

 

  • Global Initiatives
January 26, 2016

New exhibition at the Deutsche Historische Muesum features Toll’s childhood paintings in the first ever international exhibition of the Yad Vashem gallery. 

 

  • Global Initiatives
October 27, 2015

The forum, a partnership between Penn GSE’s Mid-Career Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership and the Asian Society, brought educators from 15 countries to Penn. 

 

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