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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays
    Descriptive info: .. Program.. Participants.. Letter from the Honorable Hillary R.. Clinton.. Letter from Senators Richard G.. Lugar and Christopher J.. Dodd.. Photo Gallery.. HEA-Title VI/Fulbright-Hays History.. U.. S.. Department of Education.. Grantee Web Resources.. Reports.. Articles.. Title VI/Fulbright-Hays Conferences.. The Coalition for International Education.. American Council on Education/Center for International Initiatives.. 50 Years of Strengthening the Nation's Global Competence.. The Higher Education Act (HEA) –Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs have served as  ...   enhanced the body of knowledge about foreign languages and area studies.. International Education and Foreign Languages: Keys to Securing America’s Future.. National Research Council, 2007.. Brief History of HEA-Title VI and Fulbright Hays.. Department of Education Resources.. Grantee Web Resources.. Engaging the World:.. Global Competence.. in the 21st Century.. Watch Video.. A 21st Century Imperative.. Share or Bookmark this Page.. |.. Print this Page.. Copyright 2009 ACE/CIE.. Site Map.. Terms of Use..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Global Symposium
    Descriptive info: Global Symposium.. Critical Challenges in an Unpredictable World: Implications for U.. Engagement.. Preserving freedom, security, and prosperity at home requires that Americans understand and adapt to a complex and sometimes unpredictable world.. Taking place in the U.. Senate Dirksen Building, the Global Symposium showcased a small portion of the vast scholarship associated with Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs.. Speakers offered insights into current global political, social, economic, and cultural forces to assist our national policy makers and inform ordinary citizens and the media..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Global Symposium
    Descriptive info: Wednesday, March 18, 2009.. Dirksen Senate Office Building, G-50.. 1:15–5:30 p.. m.. WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS.. The Honorable Richard Lugar (R-IN).. The Honorable Christopher Dodd (D-CT-.. Invited.. ).. Symposium Welcoming Remarks.. (PDF).. Molly Corbett Broad, President, ACE.. SYMPOSIUM OVERVIEW.. Overview Remarks.. The Honorable Lee H.. Hamilton, Chair.. President and Director, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.. KEYNOTE ADDRESS.. America and the World: Global Challenges for American Foreign Policy.. The Honorable Zbigniew Brzezinski, Counselor.. Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Professor of American Foreign Policy, Johns Hopkins University.. PANEL 1.. The Global Financial Crisis and Consequences for China, Russia, and Their Regions—Implications for the United States.. Moderator:.. Mauro Guillén, Professor, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School  ...   Vice Provost of Global Affairs and Herbert J.. Ellison Professor in the Department of Political Science, University of Washington.. PANEL 2.. Challenges in South Asia—Security, Governance and Identity/Cultural Issues.. Francine Frankel, Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Professor of Political Science, and Founding Director, Center for the Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania.. Security and Conflict Issues.. Stephen P.. Cohen, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy (India and Pakistan), Brookings Institution.. Governance Issues.. Pradeep Chhibber, Professor of Political Science, University of California at Berkeley.. Identity/Cultural Issues.. Nazif Shahrani, Professor of Anthropology and Central Asia/ Middle East Studies, Indiana University.. CLOSING REMARKS.. CELEBRATORY RECEPTION.. Library of Congress.. Madison Building.. 6:00-8:00 PM.. Reception Welcoming Remarks.. Molly Corbett Broad, President, ACE..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Global Symposium
    Descriptive info: Molly Corbett Broad.. is the president of the American Council on Education (ACE).. She came to.. ACE from the University of North Carolina (UNC), where she served as president from 1997 to 2006.. Zbigniew Brzezinski.. is counselor and trustee of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).. He is also the Robert E.. Osgood Professor of American Foreign Policy at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.. He served as National Security Adviser to President Carter and in other positions under Presidents Johnson, Reagan, and Bush.. Charles Calomiris.. is the Henry Kaufman Professor of Financial Institutions at the Columbia University Business School.. An authority on financial institutions, his research spans the areas of banking, corporate finance, financial history, and monetary economics.. Pradeep Chhibber.. is professor of political science and holds the Indo-American Community Chair in India Studies at the University of California at Berkeley.. He has served as chair of the Department of Political Science at Berkeley and as director of the Center for South Asia Studies at the University of Michigan.. His research is on electoral politics, party systems, and the politics of India.. He has just completed a large study on democratic governance in India.. Cohen.. is senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies program of the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC and adjunct professor at Georgetown University.. He also serves as senior research scientist in the program in Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security (ACDIS), of which he was co-founder and director.. Francine Frankel.. is a professor of political science and founding director of  ...   at Indiana University.. Hamilton served for 34 years in Congress, representing Indiana's ninth district.. Since leaving the House in 1999, he has served on numerous national commissions, including most recently the Iraq Study Group, created at the urging of Congress as a forward-looking, bipartisan assessment of the situation in Iraq.. Stephen Hanson.. is vice provost of global affairs and Herbert J.. Ellison Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Washington.. Nicholas Lardy.. has served as senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics since 2003.. His previous position was as senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies program at the Brookings Institution, where he also served as interim director of Foreign Policy Studies.. Before Brookings, he served at the University of Washington, where he was the director of the Henry M.. Jackson School of International Studies.. He is an expert on Asia, especially the Chinese economy.. Sen.. Richard Lugar.. is the most senior Republican in the U.. Senate and the longest serving U.. Senator in Indiana history.. Senator Lugar is the Republican leader of the Foreign Relations Committee and a member and former chairman of the Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee.. He is an unwavering advocate of U.. leadership in the world, strong national security, free-trade and economic growth.. M.. Nazif Shahrani.. is professor of anthropology and Central Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington.. He is currently chairman of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, and has served as director of the Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies program at Indiana University..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Global Symposium
    Descriptive info: March 17, 2009.. Dear Friends:.. I am delighted to bring greetings to each of you gathered for the American Council on Education and the Coalition for International Education's joint celebration in honor of the 50th Anniversary of HEA-Title VI and the Fulbright-Hays international education programs.. Please accept my sincere regret that I am unable to join you today for this important event.. Nearly 50 years ago, our leaders had the prescience to understand that investments in foreign language and world region education were vital to maintaining America's position of strength in the world.. In tandem, Title VI programs and their Fulbright-Hays overseas counterparts have proven essential tools  ...   seize oppportunities and confront challenges on the ever-changing world stage.. From the Cold War era to the current day, these programs have been essential for expanding the importance of international expertise to all aspects of modern life, from trade and technology, to healthcare delivery and national security.. I am proud of the landmark achievements of Title VI and the Fulbright-Hays international programs, and remain incredibly heartened by their potential to help future generations of Americans prepare for the challenges we face in today's complex global era.. Please accept my best regards on this significant occasion and my heartfelt hope for a successful celebration.. Sincerely yours,.. Hillary Rodham Clinton..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Global Symposium
    Descriptive info: March 12, 2009.. Dear Colleague,.. I hope by now that you have received an invitation from the American Council on Education/Coalition for International Education for.. Engaging the World: U.. Global Competence in the 21st Century.. A series of events on March 18th will celebrate five decades of the Higher Education Act-Title VI, International Education Programs (originally enacted as Title VI of the National Defense Act in 1958) and the Fulbright-Hay, Section 102(b)(6) overseas program.. The first event, a Global Symposium title.. will take place in Senate Dirksen Buildng G-50 from 1:15pm - 5:30 pm.. Featured speakers will be the Honorable Lee H.. Hamilton and the Honorable Zbigniew Brzezinski, as well as renowned  ...   in the Library of Congress featuring the unveiling of a short video profiling five Title VI/Fulbright-Hays beneficiaries whose foreign language skills and area knowledge combine with professional expertise to make a difference in the world.. Title VI and the Fulbright-Hays programs have had a tremendous impact to our nation over the years by developing a strong foundation in international education, research and foreign language studies, especially in less-commonly taught languages that may be of U.. strategic interest.. These programs continue to be an integral part of our cultural diplomacy.. We encourage you or your senior staff to attend these events and help mark this historic occasion.. Sincerely,.. Richard G.. Lugar, Christopher J..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Global Competence Videos
    Descriptive info: Engaging the World | U.. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Global Competence Videos.. Global Competence Videos.. Global competence is essential for responsible engagement in the world.. Global peace and prosperity rest more than ever on mutual understanding and productive relationships among all nations and cultures.. Our videos showcase how Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs have contributed to a more positive image of Americans around the world and benefited a spectrum of professions and people whose work and lives have been enriched by foreign language skills and international knowledge.. They demonstrate why U.. global competence is essential in our interconnected world of the 21st century.. Global Competence in the 21st Century',320,210);return false;">Small.. Large.. Engaging the World.. chronicles the origins of HEA-Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs 50 years ago, and showcases beneficiaries who are using foreign language skills and international knowledge in a variety of professions in ways that make a difference in their work, their lives and the world.. They demonstrate the importance of global competence in a working world where diversity, global engagement and competition are the norm.. TRT: 16:29.. A 21st Century Imperative',320,210);return false;">Small.. makes the case that U.. global competence in the  ...   we encourage you to.. purchase the full-length DVD.. Web Clips.. Scroll down or.. click here.. to see more interview segments from Title VI and Fulbright-Hays beneficiaries about global competence, their education and international experiences.. Dana Banks.. Foreign Service Officer.. Bureau of African Affairs.. Department of State.. Small.. George W.. Breslauer.. Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost.. University of California at Berkeley.. Lynne Campbell.. K-12 Foreign Language Teacher.. Glastonbury School System.. Glastonbury, Connecticut.. James Caron.. PhD Candidate.. Department of South Asia Studies.. University of Pennsylvania.. James Collins.. Senior Associate and Director of Russian and Eurasian Program.. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.. Former U.. Ambassador to the Russian Federation.. Michael Dunne.. Managing Director.. JD Power Associates Asia.. Shanghai, China.. Michele Dunne.. Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.. Department of State Officer.. Elizabeth C.. Economy.. Director for Asia Studies.. Council on Foreign Relations.. Martina Forgwe.. Program Manager for Mozambique Africare.. Formerly with the Discovery Channel.. Robert Gates.. United States Secretary of Defense.. Former President of Texas A&M University.. Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Kelley.. Chief of Defense Cooperation.. Embassy, Kathmandu, Nepal.. Peter Rohloff.. Director.. Wuqu' Kawoq.. Strengthening Mayan Language and Medicine.. Payal Shah.. PhD Candidate in Education Policy Studies.. Indiana University.. Fulbright-Hays Fellow in Gujarat, India..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Resources
    Descriptive info: Resources.. Global competence resources are developed through Title VI and Fulbright-Hays for K-12 through higher education, business and government, and are available from a variety of sites.. Title VI-Fulbright-Hays Conferences..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Resources
    Descriptive info: Brief History of HEA-Title VI and Fullbright Hays.. In 1958, just after the Soviet launch of Sputnik and at the height of the Cold War, Congress created NDEA–Title VI (later Title VI of the Higher Education Act) out of a sense of crisis about U.. lack of understanding of foreign nations, their cultures, and their languages.. Fulbright-Hays was created three years later, in 1961, providing support for a complementary overseas dimension to Title VI campus programs.. The new programs heralded a major U.. commitment to devoting new attention to the world beyond its borders.. The world’s geopolitical climate during the Cold War era mandated a need for international experts, especially those trained in less commonly taught languages, but they were in short supply..  ...   out to teach more of these languages, as well as to learn in depth about the histories, societies, cultures, and political systems of the key foreign powers.. The goal was to produce expert faculty in our colleges and universities, as well as government experts for defense and foreign policy needs.. As the decades passed and the world’s geopolitical and economic systems changed, the programs grew and expanded to meet growing national needs.. Today, program goals range broadly from producing the nation’s high-level expertise for national security, global economic competitiveness, and education, to promoting mutual understanding, respect, and cooperation across cultures through international education of American citizens.. Title VI and Fulbright-Hays are designed to serve broad societal and educational needs, as well as government needs..

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  • Title: Engaging the World | U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays || Resources
    Descriptive info: HEA-Title VI and Fulbright Hays Programs.. Higher Education Act-Title VI Description.. Fulbright-Hays, Section 102(b)(6) Description.. Department of Education International Education Programs Service (IEPS).. Department of Education International Resource Information System (IRIS).. Other U.. Department of Education International Programs.. Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education Programs International Programs.. Foreign Language Assistance Program (Local Educational Agencies).. Foreign Language Assistance Program (State Educational Agencies)..

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