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  • The Irving Institute, along with other funders, is supporting student research.

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  • A spring 2018 foreign-study program (FSP) in Morocco gave students a chance to live with host families, study at the Arabic Language Institute in Fez, and experience everyday life in a predominantly Islamic culture. The program is one of nearly 50 off-campus programs Dartmouth offers through the Frank J. Guarini Institute for International Education in more than 20 countries on five continents....

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  • Students in the War and Peace Fellows program traveled to Qatar during winter break, attending the Doha Forum, a high-level international affairs summit, and meeting with U.S. and Qatari diplomats in the Persian Gulf state.

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  • The students in “Macroeconomic Policy and Reform in Chile and Argentina” dove into the reality of classroom theories on a winter-interim trip to South America, visiting current and former ministers of finance, top business executives, leading economists, community organizers, and students in the two countries.

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  • Dartmouth economists Nina Pavcnik and Douglas Irwin appear in a video on the benefits of trade presented to more than 70 heads of state and 200 business leaders at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York. 

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  • What does it mean to be a good global citizen? What should colleges and universities do to support and develop global citizenship in education and research, both on and off campus? And what role should academic institutions play in the face of complex social challenges worldwide?

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  • Carmen Braceras ’20 spent the fall term studying the transformation of Poland to a market economy, but it was a tour of Saint Mary’s Basilica in Krakow during the winter break that gave her an insight into the Polish perspective, she says.

    The uneven towers of the brick Gothic church dominate the city’s main market square, where Dartmouth students were touring with some of their counterparts from the Krakow University of Economics. One of the Polish students told Braceras about the...

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  • Students in Dartmouth’s War and Peace Fellows program toured U.S. Central Command and U.S. Special Operations Command in Tampa, Fla., in January, and they met with CENTCOM Commanding General Joseph Votel, SOCOM Commanding General Tony Thomas, and officials from the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development.

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  • As part of the environmental studies foreign studies program, Dartmouth undergraduates visit the Namib Desert of Namibia and get an opportunity to conduct original research on social-ecological systems and conservation issues involving the local Topnaar people, the economic importance and ecology of the !nara melon, and the ecology of this desert environment.

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