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  • Lander bids farewell to partner in international education

    Dr. Roger Richardson, right, talks with students at a recent tea in his honor at Lander University. In six years, Richardson, recruited 34 Lander students for a semester of study at the University of Winchester in England where he was a faculty member. He is retiring as Winchester's director of Internationalization at the end of this academic year.
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  • Lander students pack their bags for studies at foreign schools

    Nine Lander University students will spend the fall 2010 semester studying at foreign universities as part of Lander's Study Abroad Program.
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  • British educator shares experiences with Lander University students

    Lander University is playing host to a British educator as part of a faculty exchange in which a Lander professor will travel to England for a month of similar academic activities.
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  • Education professors from Lander and British university participate in faculty exchange

    Dr. Dava O'Connor, chair of Lander University's Department of Teacher Education, will travel to England this spring and spend a month at the University of Winchester as a guest lecturer on special education. She will also take part in ongoing research and public presentations.
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  • Faculty Exchange with University of Winchester

    Dr. Dava O'Connor, chair of Lander University's Department of Teacher Education, will travel to England this spring and spend a month at the University of Winchester as a guest lecturer on special education. She will also take part in ongoing research and public presentations.
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  • Lander students get preview of study abroad experience

    Lander University's liaison at the University of Winchester, Dr. Roger Richardson, was on campus recently to inform students of opportunities to study abroad at his university in southern England. He conducted a series of short information sessions in classrooms, delivered a talk, which was open to all students, and hosted a short information session for students interested in graduate study at the University of Winchester.
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  • Students get preview of study abroad experience

    Lander University's liaison at the University of Winchester, Dr. Roger Richardson, was on campus recently to inform students of opportunities to study abroad at his university in southern England. He conducted a series of short information sessions in classrooms, delivered a talk, which was open to all students, and hosted a short information session for students interested in graduate study at the University of Winchester.
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  • Beijing students visit Lander University

    While many high school students travel to Greenwood to tour the Lander University campus, this group of teenagers had to cross an ocean just to get here. In February, a group of 14 high school exchange students from Beijing, China, arrived at Lander to take a closer look at the university.
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  • Summer tour to take travelers to Belgium

    The northwestern European country of Belgium is found at the center of many things. It is the unofficial capital of the European Union which is headquartered in Brussels. The Belgian city of Bruges served as the setting for the award-winning film starring Colin Farrell and Ralph Fiennes, "In Bruges." And this summer, Belgium will be the focal point for a Lander University Fine Arts Study Tour.
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  • Student Wins Rotary Foundation Global Scholarship Fellowship

    Lander University junior Beth Burnette loves to travel. The Elberton, Ga., native spent 15 days in Japan as part of a high school exchange program, and she has traveled to Spain.
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