Q-C Times on inaugural lecture by former Rep. Jim Leach: "Some may ask, 'Why establish a Middle East Institute in the heart of the Middle West?'"
Jim Leach presented the inaugural lecture for the Middle East Institute on April 10, 2014
St. Ambrose institute will promote study, discussion on issues in vital region
Munir Sayegh '11 is traveling the globe to find new Ambrosians.
Indonesian DBA grad believed to be first Fulbright Foreign Scholar to attend St. Ambrose
Center for International Studies welcomes expanding numbers of foreign students
International students from China adapt to life at St. Ambrose
They will finish their undergraduate degrees in May and then begin an intensive, one-year program to earn their master's degrees in their second year.
Growing from just four students in 2010, this year's program attracted 12 students, two of whom were MBA students who participated in a consulting project for a local business as a part of their ABE experience.
Video: Why are international students choosing St. Ambrose?
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Films by artists from Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, and Iran
"Art Against Conflict," films by artists from Egypt, Palestine, and Israel.
Featuring "Ziba," an Iranian film by Bani Khoshnoudi (in Farsi with English subtitles).
"Experimental Shorts--The Archive," films by artists from Lebanon, Palestine, and the USA with commentary by the film festival curator
"Zero Motivation" by Talya Lavie (Israel). In Hebrew with English subtitles, with commentary by the film festival curator. Winner, Best Narrative Feature, 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.