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Joseph Kinsella
Gonzaga University

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Offerings at the 2014 Annual Conference

April 9, 2014
Dear Colleagues,

I hope to see many of you at the upcoming NAFSA Annual Conference in San Diego. I would like to highlight the following conference events that might be of particular interest to you, as they are related to teaching, learning and scholarship of international education:

If you have other ideas for the ITLC community, let us know!

Joseph Kinsella  ...

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