International education organization "Transnational Education Group (TEG)" presents a panel discussion about US university education and internship experience.
Members of the panel are all native speakers and alumni of Yale University, Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, American University, Juniata College. The panelists will also discuss their internship experience in US Congress and Hillary Clinton's Office, among others.
Language of the event is English.
Please don't forget your passport or driver's license to enter America House.
Are you thinking about studying Law in the USA? Audrey Woods, Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management, Drexel University, Thomas R. Kline School of Law will cover various topics.
Mr. Chris Steineger has a brilliant career of over 30 years in the American government. He is former Kansas State senator. He is going to share with us information about general workings of American government and some insights about the American government perspective and what are the current trends of public opinion overall.
For this session we are delving into the process of process writing, wherein we will share our knowledge about the crucial steps that one should take to complete a certain task.
‘A Perfect Day for Bananafish’ (1948), by J.D. Salinger is our story for this week. Written when he was just twenty-eight years old, this story launched Salinger into the upper echelon of literary New York, a coveted perch from which he would enigmatically step away shortly thereafter.
In this workshop we will take a closer look at assessment and reflect on how our teaching of certain parts of speech can be adapted to satisfy our students holistic learning needs.
Книга “Мене не спинити” є першою книгою з саморозвитку для жінок у країнах з економікою, що розвивається. Саме так, першою. Вона розповідає про те, як досягти успіху в умовах перехідної економіки та які 6 звичок має виробити кожна успішна жінка.