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Bradley Martin: From North Korea to the classroom

Bradley Martin was escaping his escorts in North Korea — they had kept him under their watch for long enough, and he was ready to explore the area by himself.

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Master’s International Program

The Peace Corps welcomes 26 new colleges and universities to its Master’s International (MI) program, a partnership that allows Peace Corps volunteers to receive graduate school credit for their service abroad.

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Peace Corps look to recruit Fresno State graduate students

Graduate students at Fresno State will soon be able to participate in a hands-on master’s program that will allow them to gain in-depth knowledge and international experience.

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International Week events

International Education Week at Fresno State is designed to expose students to international perspectives. Each day this week a variety of lectures and cultural events will be offered on campus. Don't miss out. All events are free and open to the public.

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A story of international service

It’s not every day that you travel barefoot for three hours on a narrow dirt road in South America in trail of an education. But for the people who inhabit the Republic of Colombia, this is an element of everyday life.

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Bulldog of the Week: Hali Coppin

Sacramento native Hali Coppin made a choice five years ago to pursue golf over her love for softball, and now she is looking to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Open.

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Grads’ options extend abroad

When one door of job opportunity is closed, alternative windows may be opened, and for graduating Fresno State seniors that could be the case.

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Alumni serve in Peace Corps

This year, eight California State University, Fresno alumni have served in different charities around the world for the Peace Corps.

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Letter to the editor

A recent Fresno Bee article, “Preparing for an Uncertain Future” highlighted challenges new job seekers face in the current economy. The story touched on ways new graduates can become more competitive in today’s difficult job market.

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