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International Center News
Two University of Michigan-Flint assistant nursing professors have paved the way to develop a global studies course that will focus on traditional Chinese medicine and complementary therapies through lectures, hands-on practices, and hospital tours.
The English Language Program at the University of Michigan-Flint was awarded accreditation by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA) from April 2014 through April 2018.
This February, UM-Flint Nursing professor Maureen Tippen traveled with a group of students to the Dominican Republic for the 18th time as part of her International Service Learning course. With the help of two translators, UM-Flint staff member Becky Pettengill and alumnus James MacDonald, Tippen and her students saw over 500 people over the course of a week.
UM-Flint Professor of Africana Studies Ernest Emenyonu, Ph.D. has been selected to give the keynote address at one of many international conferences focusing on the works of renown Nigerian author Chinua Achebe.