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Kelly Explores "Flipping the Curriculum"

Kelly Explores "Flipping the Curriculum"

Mills Kelly, director of the global affairs program and associate professor in the Department of History and Art History, spoke with the Chronicle of Higher Education about universities "flipping the curriculum" and providing small-group, intense learning to freshmen.

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Study Abroad Savings

Study Abroad Savings

Many college students never seriously consider a study abroad experience because they believe the costs to be outside of their educational budget. Students should consider that a higher education in some countries is very inexpensive, and sometimes free for noncitizens.

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More Than 2,500 Students Walk at College Convocations

More Than 2,500 Students Walk at College Convocations

A record number of students from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at George Mason University walked across the stage in grand fashion during their convocations on May 17 and 18, 2012. More than 2,500 graduating students were recognized for their efforts in two distinguished ceremonies.

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