Welcome to the website of the Office of International Initiatives (OII) and to the "window on the world" of our international work in the College of Education. Established in 2008, OII helps support the College of Education’s priorities related to international education. In this critical role, OII coordinates and supports a variety of initiatives in the College, including program development, internationalization of teacher education, faculty and student scholarship in international contexts, study abroad, improved integration and involvement of international scholars and students, and International collaboration on many levels.
On this site you will see some of our current programs as well as resources to support international engagement. We also invite your contributions and suggestions. To give us your feedback, please contact our staff.
International Brown Bag Series - Focus on Africa: Increasing the Participation of Women Teachers in Secondary Schools
A team of CoE faculty members presents their work on this issue spanning three African countries: Tanzania, Togo, and Uganda. Their qualitative fieldwork study seeks to provide empirical evidence of the array of forces dissuading women from becoming teachers. Join us to learn about their research.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - 12:00PM to 1:00PM
Room 3237, Benjamin Building
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