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Higher Education and Global Poverty: University Partnerships and the World Bank in Developing Countries


reviewed by Loren Intolubbe-Chmil — February 21, 2012

coverTitle: Higher Education and Global Poverty: University Partnerships and the World Bank in Developing Countries
Author(s): Christopher S. Collins
Publisher: Cambria Press,
ISBN: 1604977256, Pages: 254, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 21, 2012
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16708, Date Accessed: 10/22/2017 6:15:03 AM

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  • Loren Intolubbe-Chmil
    University of Virginia
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    LOREN INTOLUBBE-CHMIL, Ph.D., is a Teaching & Research Associate at the University of Virginia, whose work centers on the transformative nature of cross-cultural, transdisciplinary exchange within diverse education and community-based settings. Loren's work is affiliated with the Eastern/Southern Africa and Virginia Networks and Associations (ESAVANA) Consortium, which offers global research, education, and outreach opportunities for a range of participants. She currently has a co-authored article in review for publication which describes the transformative learning experiences of undergraduate participants in an intense study abroad program that travels in southern Africa. Loren has worked for many years in community-based organizations and as part of community-university partnerships, dedicating much of her life’s work to representative, participatory engagement.
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