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World Insight: Liberal Arts Education is Booming, Just Not In The US

Charles Bailyn's time in Asia has opened his eyes to the high regard in which a liberal arts education is still held internationally.

UMD Students Inaugurate Global Entrepreneurship Semester in Seoul

Two University of Maryland students traveled to Seoul, South Korea as the first participants in the new UMD “Global Entrepreneurship Semester” program.

Brazil’s Agency Survey Shows Study Travel Slouch

Brazil’s flailing economy has hit the study travel sector from several angles.

Prohibition 2016: Assessing the UK’s Psychoactive Substances Act

Prof Peter Reuter & Bryce Pardo outline three problems with the Psychoactive Substances Act’s total ban of NPS.

London, Paris, Frankfurt Most Connected Cities

Europe leads the way in global travel connectivity.

Spring 2016 Graduates Advised to Make the World a Better Place

“Our students will quite literally change the world,”said University of Maryland School of Public Policy Dean.

Jeremy Metz Published in The Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography

Jeremy Metz's short biography of Yanick Lahens appears in the just-published The Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography. 

Student Laura Krahl Studying Arabic Abroad After Graduation

During her time at the University of Maryland, Krahl has been studying Arabic for three years.

Kelleher Leads Workshop On Nuclear Order in South Asia

CISSM Senior Fellow Catherine M. Kelleher & Cornell Professor Emeritus Judith Reppy led a workshop on South Asia nuclear order.

Agriculture Leads to Stability in Afghanistan

University of Maryland – Agricultural and Resource Economics leads Women In Agriculture Component.

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