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“All Are Welcome in This Place”

  “All Are Welcome in This Place” INTERLINK partner institutions are closely monitoring the implications of the January 27 Executive Order and will respond as needs indicate. As ever, INTERLINK instructors sensitively and thoughtfully work with their students and welcome private or class discussion about their worlds, their perspectives, and their feelings. Directors and other



INTERLINK at ISU hosts Proyecta 100,000 students

INTERLINK at ISU Hosts Proyecta 100,000 Students Sixteen students from Puebla, Mexico studied at the INTERLINK Language Center at Indiana State University for four weeks in the Fall of 2014. They were participating in the Proyecta 100,000 scholarship program sponsored by the Mexican government. During their time at INTERLINK center they participated in many activities



INTERLINK alum Patommavat “Note” Thammachard is an up-and-coming star!

When Note arrived in the U.S. in 2012, he needed to boost his English skills before entering Indiana State University’s music program. Over the course of a year at INTERLINK, he learned the academic, linguistic, and cross-cultural skills needed to be successful at the university. While at INTERLINK, people gravitated toward Note because of his genuine



Conversation Partners: Special Edition! INTERLINK at ISU students visit an Assisted Living Home

Conversation Partners: Special Edition! INTERLINK at ISU students visit the Assisted Living Home Bethesda Gardens Retirees have time to spare, while our ESL students need some practice listening and speaking with native English speakers. So, we paired the two up for a Conversation Partners : Special Edition! Resident Bill Dunn enjoyed his conversation with students from INTERLINK



ISU INTERLINK graduate's poetry published when he was 15

Jordanian student a published author at 15 By Doris Brogan Staff Writer Published: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 Updated: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 16:04 This is the first in a series of articles featuring international students at Richland. There are 109 different countries represented on this campus and at least 79 different languages spoken. The Chronicle



Rio de Janeiro to the Rio Wabash: BSMP Engineering Students Arrive from Brazil

Rio de Janeiro to the Rio Wabash:  BSMP Engineering Students Arrive from Brazil July 1, 2015 Written by Lisa Hathaway, ISU Student Assistant The Brazil Scientific Mobility Program (BSMP) is a year-long, non-degree program for Brazilian students to study abroad in the United States. BSMP comprises part of the Brazilian government’s larger initiative to grant



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