How to Volunteer at Food Banks Safely During COVID-19

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Food insecurity is one of many problems the COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated, and food banks need your help. Donating money or nonperishable food items is one of the best and most direct ways to get involved. But if you’re willing …

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4 Things I Learned About Faith as a College Student

4 Things I Learned About Faith as a College Student

Rosalie Nolen in an article from the blog, “Blessed Is She,” discusses her faith journey while immersed in American college culture and 4 things that she took from the experience.  Read the article.

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COVID-19 And The Importance Of Flattening The Curve Explained in 8 Minutes

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We are all living in a very different world than we did just a few weeks ago and with all the changes happening  it’s natural to wonder, are they worth it and do we really need to do all of …
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Drew University’s Leoš Malec Featured In International School Leader Magazine!

Drew University’s Leoš Malec Featured In International School Leader Magazine!

Two schools, one in the Czech Republic, the other in the United States of America and dedicated educators at both demonstrate how effective partnership across borders can lead to great outcomes.  This is the story of Drew University junior, Leoš …

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Putting Study Abroad to Work

Putting Study Abroad to Work

In an increasingly global economic market, employers are strategically seeking to hire employees with cross-cultural professional skills. A global experience can help students develop adaptability skills, challenge their creative problem solving abilities and increase their tolerance for uncertainty.  According to …

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Why We Need Interfaith Dialogue

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Dr. Ruhul Amin, a professor of mechanical engineering at Montana State University and the president of the Islamic Center of Bozeman, offers his reflections on the importance of interfaith dialogue.  He claims it is essential for us to engage in …

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4 paths highly educated immigrants take to study and work in the U.S.

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This article from the Pew Research Center offers insights and options for college educated international persons.  Read the article.

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Essential Advice for First Generation College Students

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This article from Study.com notes, “Being the first person in a family to attend college can require taking on some unique challenges. These difficulties may make it hard for first-generation students to stay on track academically.”  They offer 10 tips …

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