Host a University of Delaware scholar via Zoom on July 17th and/or Saturday, July 24th. View this email in your browser Share Tweet Forward Host a World Scholar! Dear Members and Friends of People to People Delaware, One of the most exciting aspects of our organization is the chance to meet with people around the globe. We are being offered a wonderful opportunity by Daniel C. Bottomley, PhD, Director of Public Diplomacy & Global Initiatives in the Department of Political Science & International Relations at UD and Isa Haskologlu, Assistant Administrative Director in the SUSI Foreign Policy Program to host 18 scholars who hold either a MA or PhD in Diplomacy, Political Science, American Politics, or International Law. It is a joy to have discussions with others from different counties and cultures. These scholars are from Indonesia, Greece, Brazil, Macedonia, China, Mexico, Costa Rica, Uganda, Israel, Papua New Guinea, Morocco, India, Pakistan, Romania, Nepal, Portugal, Turkey, and Kazakhstan. Due to Covid measures, the University of Delaware summer program for these scholars will be virtual. It is hoped that by January the scholars will be coming to the USA, and we can meet all of them in person at a dinner! We are seeking to find up to 18 families willing to meet the scholars via Zoom on Saturday, July 17th and/or Saturday, July 24th. Your responsibility would be to introduce the scholar to American culture, family life, local issues and cuisine. Building a relationship is the goal. It would be up to each family to decide how long to spend on the Zoom call. Perhaps it could be during a meal. You may also mention a country that would interest you the most. UD will match us with the scholars and let us know the times, due to time zone differences. If you are willing to be a citizen diplomat and reach out to these scholars, please respond to [email protected] by June 27th. Let us be a welcoming community! Thank you, Jean Raleigh Click Here to Subscribe to our Mailing List
Host a University of Delaware scholar via Zoom on July 17th and/or Saturday, July 24th.