Center for International Education
Georgia Perimeter College
Clarkston Campus, CN-2102
555 N. Indian Creek Dr.
Clarkston, GA 30021
Clarkston Campus CN2102
Peggy Curney Davis
Clarkston Campus CN 2105
Program Leaders by Campus
Margee Bright-Ragland, Russia
Julia Rux, England
Lindsey Icenogle, Germany
Nicolette Rose, Jamaica
Fred Bounds, China
News & Announcements
The Indiana University Center for the Study of Global Change is proud to announce its Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization (ICCI), which will take place May 20-23 in Bloomington, IN. This unique institute facilitates the internationalization of your campuses, curricula, and/or courses, to better prepare students to be effective scholars, practitioners, and citizens of the 21st century. This institute is open to all college and university faculty, staff, and administrators, so feel free to share with colleagues in and outside of your institution. See details & contact information at: globalinstitutes.indiana.edu<http://www.globalinstitutes.indiana.edu>
Professor Eric Kendrick, Dunwoody ESL & Foreign Languages, won the Junior Internationalization Award at Friday's annual GCIS Confernece on the Clarkston Campus.
Indian Consul General in Atlanta
The Chief of Protocol of the State of Georgia presents his compliments to Mesdames and Messieurs, the Members of the Consular Corps.
I am pleased to announce that the Republic of India has officially appointed the Honorable Ajit Kumar to serve as its first Consul General in Atlanta. Mr. Kumar received his accreditation from the U.S. State Department on 19 November 2011 and is now officially operational as the head of mission for India’s new consulate general, which will cover the Southeastern United States.
The government of India first announced its intentions to locate a consulate in Atlanta in the fall of 2008. This brings to conclusion a lengthy but ultimately fruitful process that involved a wide array of partners locally, in Washington, and in New Delhi. At the present, the consulate occupies temporary space, which is listed on the updated directory attached to this email. Of course, when the consulate moves into its permanent location, we will alert you.