Events
 

Past Programs

 

DCIV

April
14
2014

US Educational System

A four-member delegation of education officials from the north African nation of Algeria will visit Wright State University as part of a trip to examine the American educational system. The delegation, which will be at Wright State on April 14 and 15, will tour campus, observe a French class and hear presentations on maintaining accreditation and the roles of the Faculty Senate and staff advisory councils.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

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DCIV

January
22
2014

Civic Activism and Volunteerism

Officials from the central Asian country of Kazakhstan examining civic activism and volunteerism in the United States were hosted by Wright State University. The four-member delegation toured Wright State’s Small Business Development Center and Friendship Food Pantry on Wednesday, Jan. 22, met with student activists, and had lunch with President David R. Hopkins.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

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NCIV

JULY
22
2013

Disability Issues in the U.S.

Through meetings and site visits with public and private sectors professionals, the program examined requirements, implementation and enforcement of disability legislation, particularly the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), at all levels of government, as well as having explored a broad range of programs and initiatives designed to support and enrich all aspects of life for people with disabilities. The role and impact of non-governmental organizations in providing critical services and expanding active participation and inclusion of disabled persons was emphasized.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

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NCIV

JULY
19
2013

Diversity, Pluralism and Civil Rights in the U.S.

Ms. Dominique Hill visited Dayton in a program used to address racial, religious, and ethnic diversity of American Society and to explore the nature of political participation on the part of ethnic minorities.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

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NCIV

JULY
08
2013

American Corners: Partners in Public Diplomacy

Several universities participated in a program to promote a better understanding of American society and American studies, as well as the role that U.S. libraries play in building a strong democratic society.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

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NCIV

FEB
06
2013

The Changing Face of Education in the U.S.: Training a Skilled Workforce

Seven visitors from Southeast Asia visited local schools and universities to learn how educational institutions respond to changing industry needs.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

 
 

DEC
19
2012

Development of University Partnerships for the Promotion of Innovation

Six university leaders from across Russia visited Dayton to explore how local universities tap into local governmental and industrial incentives for research. These visitors met with university department heads and industry leaders, including GE Aviation.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

 
 

NCIV

Jan
26
2012

Transparency in Government

Judges and top government officials from Iraq spent time with city officials to understand how Dayton creates transparency and accountability at the municipal level. This delegation also met with appellate court judges for a roundtable discussion on the judicial system.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

 
 

NOV
20
2011

Transportation Infrastructure Design and Development

The Dayton Regional Transit Authority was the subject of a case study on transportation planning and finance undertaken by a delegation of government officials from Turkmenistan.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

 
 

NCIV

OCT
07
2011

Developing Innovative Curriculum in STEM Education

Eight Russian educators visited Dayton Regional STEM School classrooms and met with curriculum developers from the Dayton STEM Center.

Read the news article: Wright State Newsroom.

 
 

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