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IIE OPENING MINDS BLOG
  • International Women's Month: USAID Programs at IIE

    The Institute of International Education (IIE) ends this month as we began, celebrating international women and the work we are privileged to do with them. We are honored to partner with the United States government to promote international women’s education and related opportunities. Through the U.S Agency for International Development (USAID), IIE implements programs around the world that promote women’s access to education, research, and the workforce.
  • IIE Celebrates International Women's Day

    Join IIE as we celebrate International Women's Day by exploring our programs that empower and educate women and girls around the world.
  • Five Bahamian Students from Savannah State University Hope to Inspire Future Generations

    Hurricane Dorian left many Bahamian students without financial resources to dedicate to their education as families had to use all resources to rebuild. Five recipients of IIE Bahamas Emergency Student Fund grants describe how they'll use their experience to inspire future Bahamian students to pursue higher education in the U.S.
  • Innovation in Agroeconomy Grows More than Just Crops

    Edouard Tiendrebeogo, Agroeconomist, shares his year as an awardee of the IIE New Leaders Award for Mutual Understanding. He founded the Bagrépôle Food Cold Hub Project as a way for farmers to keep their vegetable products fresh until prices on the market are good enough for them to sell.
  • Study Abroad Stories Inspire a New Generation to Lead with Languages

    With language skills in urgent and rising demand among U.S. employers, the next generation of Americans is relying more than ever before on multilingualism, cultural competence, and other 21st century skills in order to succeed both personally and professionally in our increasingly interconnected and global society.
  • Managing UK & U.S. International Partnerships

    The British Council, a Generation Study Abroad Country Partner, and IIE held a training session for UK university representatives on ‘Managing U.S. Partnerships.
  • TESOL International Association and Institute of International Education

    Intensive English Programs (IEP) have historically been one of the first touchpoints for many international students coming to the United States in the pursuit of a U.S. university degree.
  • IIE Launches Emergency Student Fund to Assist Bahamian Students on U.S. Campuses

    The Bahamas Emergency Student Fund will provide grants of $2,000-$5,000 to students whose continuation or completion of their degree programs in the United States is in jeopardy due to serious financial difficulties precipitated by Hurricane Dorian.
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