Brown University honored for its internationalization efforts on campus

BROWN UNIVERSITY associate professor Caroline Kuo, right, works with a team studying the family dynamics of the HIV epidemic in South Africa. The country is one of the field sites where students in the Global Public Health master’s degree program can gain field experience – and is one of the many opportunities at Brown for students to study and research in other countries. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY/ANDREW NAYSMITH
BROWN UNIVERSITY associate professor Caroline Kuo, right, works with a team studying the family dynamics of the HIV epidemic in South Africa. The country is one of the field sites where students in the Global Public Health master’s degree program can gain field experience – and is one of the many opportunities at Brown for students to study and research in other countries. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY/ANDREW NAYSMITH
PROVIDENCE – Brown University has won the 2019 Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization, one of eight schools nationwide recognized for efforts to integrate international, intercultural and global elements into the campus culture and educational outcomes. NAFSA: Association of International Educators awarded Brown the “comprehensive” honor for overall excellence. “Brown University’s expansive approach to…

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