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Instituto Franklin > Communications > News > Language & Education > The International Studies Program at the Instituto Franklin-UAH is moving along into the second block of courses

The International Studies Program at the Instituto Franklin-UAH is moving along into the second block of courses

This Thursday February 9th classes for the second block of courses of the International Studies Program has begun.  This program is part of a joined academic initiative between the Instituto Franklin-UAH and the CTSS.

This program aims to promote knowledge and understanding of the historical, cultural, political, economic and social relations between both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. It has a comprehensive international nature since it involves professors and students from different universities around the world. All courses explore specific topics from an international perspective.

We say goodbye and thank the faculty that have been teaching this past month of January; Dr.  James M. Havey from Eastern Illinois University, Dr. Michelle Michael from University of Central Missouri and Dr. Andrzej Podraza from the Catholic University of Lublin in Poland. We also want to take the oppotunity to welcome the international faculty responsible for the classes on the second block of the program, Dr. Daniel Silander from Linnaeus University in Sweden, Dr. Michael Hulderman from Missouri Southern State University and Dr. Jenny Molberg from the University of Central Missouri.

Admission for Course Proposals for Spring 2018 will remain open until March 1st.

To learn more about the program, or how to become a member of the CTSS click here.

 

 

 

 

 

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