The Center for Universal Education at The Brookings Institution seeks to build the evidence base on girls’ education policies and pro
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"Bring the spirit of French culture to your school! The France on Campus Award is an invitation to explore your creativity and to take on ambitious and original projects. Now is your chance! Seize this opportunity!" —Wes Anderson
On Wednesday, September 21, Jean-Marc Ayrault, French Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Development, launched France Alumni USA, a new online platform and network for students and professionals who completed part or all of their studies in France.
What is the role of law in structuring, orienting and perpetuating the multiplicity of conflicts that shape our public and private life? What function does law play in structuring and orienting the ethical dimensions of the multiplicity of conflicts that shape our public and private life? How, if at all, might law serve to relieve and mitigate them? These are the overarching questions addressed by this new conference co-organized by Princeton University and Sciences Po Law School with support of the Cultural services of the French Embassy.
On Thursday, September 22, Jean-Marc Ayrault, Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Development, will give a lecture at Columbia University on The World Today and the Future of France-U.S. Relations.
Launched on June 21, France Alumni USA is a platform and network of professionals who have completed part or all of their studies in France and live in the US.
Students at Georgia Southern University have received a France on Campus Award for their unique project aimed at increasing awareness about France and French culture through the role of the press in French history.
The French Embassy provides more funding and modifies its existing Benjamin Franklin Scholarship Program to increase study abroad in France as part of the Transatlantic Friendship and Mobility Initiative and IIE's Generation Study Abroad Campaign.
Since 2013, the French Embassy has partnered with The George Washington University to organize intercollegiate policy debates which invites students from the best universities in the country to engage in the discussion.