LAURELS: Nepal Program ‘Highly Commended’
By Dateline Staff, UC Davis News
"UC Davis’ Seminar Abroad in Nepal recently earned “highly commended” status in the category of Progressive Education Delivery, as judged by Professionals in International Education, or PIE, an independent media, recruitment and events company.
The Nepal program is led by Nancy Erbstein, associate professor in residence in the School of Education and associate vice provost of Global Education for All in Global Affairs, and her husband, Jonathan London, associate professor of community and regional development in the Department of Human Ecology.
UC Davis also was a finalist for PIE’s Sustainability International Impact Award. Global Affairs pointed out that UC Davis experts are addressing, in their research, teaching and public service, all 17 of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals."
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