International Fellows Learn and Share in Minnesota
November 14, 2013
This is International Education Week – an event built on recognition that people from all over the world come to the United States to learn and teach at our colleges and universities.
For example, about one dozen mid-career professionals come to the University of Minnesota Law School and Human Rights Center each year as part of the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program. During the 10 month program, the fellows attend conferences, take academic courses and do professional networking. Two of this year’s U of M fellows are Gilles Kassarate of Ivory Coast and Navaratne Marasinghe of Sri Lanka. They stopped by KFAI to share some information about their homelands and the gratitude they feel for the opportunities they've had. And they told Maggie Kane about their involvement with human rights issues at home and here in the U.S.
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