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Women Enhancing Technology: Three Years of Impact


The WeTech program is a set of innovative activities that provides training and builds networks for girls and women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) across the world. For the past three years, WeTech has opened up new life possibilities for young females, preparing them for and connecting them to STEM opportunities.

Women in the Global Economy: Authoring Chapters, Advancing Social Change


Women in the Global Economy: Leading Social Change explores women’s participation in the economy and the key role women’s involvement plays in fueling economic growth through the creation of stable societies.

Women Leading Solutions to Global Problems: A View from CGI 2013 Annual Meeting


At CGI this year, Secretary Hillary Clinton endorsed IIE’s new commitment – WeTech (Women Enhancing Technology). WeTech, led by Institute of International Education, was designed in conjunction with fantastic Lead Partners Google, Qualcomm Wireless Reach™, and Partners Citrix, Goldman Sachs, and Goldman Sachs Gives at the recommendation of Jane and Michael Chwick, Intel, Juniper Networks, and McKinsey & Company.

Women’s Enterprise for Sustainability (WES): Celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week


Zina Ammar grew up in Gafsa, Tunisia, where she learned how to make the region’s famous Margoum carpets from the women in her family. Zina eventually started her own carpet-making business. Hoping to grow her business, Zina enrolled in Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Financial Education trainings at the Women’s Enterprise for Sustainability (WES) Center for Women’s Business Development in her community.

Women’s Enterprise for Sustainability (WES): Supporting Women’s Entrepreneurship in Tunisia


Chadleya Idriss participated in the WES entrepreneurship training and worked closely with the WES Center staff to conduct market research on the toy industry in Tunisia.

Workforce Development and the Next Generation of Globally Competitive Individuals


Although the concept of workforce development has been around for a long time, it has recently gained prominence in the field based on several factors in the ever-evolving state of the global economy. Here is what I have learned about the impact of international education on global workforce development.

World Refugee Day Spotlight: Araz Kharjarian


From Damascus to Rhode Island: Salve Regina University rising senior Araz Khajarian shares how she managed to earn a scholarship that would bring her to safety.

Zen and the Art of Teaching in Iraq


Academics in Iraq are trying to build a real higher education system and adapt best practices from many cultures.

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