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Recipients of Global Spotlight grants include four from OLPD

VavrusF2008W.jpgFour recipients of the new Global Spotlight grants from the Office of International Programs (OIP) are members of the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development. These grants will support research and other scholarly initiatives related to the spotlight area of "Africa and Water in the World" and continue development of a global network of engagement and scholarship across the University.

International Collaborative Seed Grants

The Cultural Politics of Pedagogy and Development in Tanzania
Principal Investigator: Frances Vavrus, associate professor

Doctoral Fellowships for International Research

Factors Associated with Partnership Experiences, Attitudes, and Perceptions: A Comparative Case Study of Two African Universities
Chiteng Kot, Ph.D. student in higher education

OIP International Pre-Dissertation and Small Grants Awards for Doctoral Students

Navigating Pacific Identities through Sport: A Comparison of Water-Based and Land-Based Physical Activity Approaches to Health and International Development in Samoa and American Somoa
Christina Kwauk, Ph.D. student in comparative and international development education

Teachers as Political Tools in Tanzania
Matthew Thomas, Ph.D. student in comparative and international development education

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