One To World celebrates 40 years of global connections with local impact

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On Tuesday, May 23, One To World was proud to kick off the celebration of our 40th anniversary at the 2017 Fulbright Awards Dinner. This annual event brings together leaders in the higher education,… Continue reading

The Blog Is Back!

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One To World is reviving our blog! 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of One To World, but this year has also revealed a number of upsetting realities about the state of diplomatic relations across the… Continue reading

SCUSA 66 at West Point: Preparing for the Worst-Case Scenario

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This blog post was written by Hendrik Denys, a Fulbright student from Belgium and One To World international student delegate for the Student Conference on Foreign Affairs at the U.S. Military Academy at… Continue reading

Global Classroom Begins!

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On September 27th, two unlikely opponents stepped up to battle. One- a towering German man with a passion for urban planning. The other- a petite mother of two and an experienced economics professor… Continue reading

Four Recommendations for Succeeding in American Classrooms

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1. Understand what class participation means American classrooms differ from those in many other countries. When looking at your syllabus, you may see a portion of the grade is based on class participation.… Continue reading