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Diplomas and Diplomacy: the History of the Marshall Scholarship

reviewed by Adam Grimm - November 01, 2018

coverTitle: Diplomas and Diplomacy: the History of the Marshall Scholarship
Author(s): Aroop Mukharji
Publisher: Palgrave/MacMillan, New York
ISBN: 1137594284, Pages: 170, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 01, 2018
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22552, Date Accessed: 9/17/2021 9:51:19 AM

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  • Adam Grimm
    Michigan State University
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    ADAM GRIMM is a doctoral student in the higher, adult, and lifelong education program at Michigan State University. A Boren Fellow and Critical Language Scholar, Adam's experience and research interests lie in international and global education as well as education policy. Prior to beginning his doctoral studies, he spent four years teaching, studying, and advising students at higher education institutions in China. In terms of specific research topics, Adam conducted or is conducting work in the following areas: How international students: (1) choose and prepare to come to the United States for post-secondary education; (2) experience U.S. institutions, academically, culturally, and socially; (3) develop post-graduation (utilizing Optional Practical Training, H1-B visas, or returning home); and (4) contribute the intercultural competence and global learning of domestic students at U.S. institutions by bringing cultural and linguistic diversity into the classroom and onto campus. Recent publications include the chapter “The Geopolitics of Academic Science” with B. Cantwell in Handbook of the Politics of Higher Education (Edward Elgar, 2018), edited by B. Cantwell, H. Coates, and R. King, and the article “Building World Class Universities in China: Exploring Faculty’s Perceptions, Interpretations of and Struggles With Global Forces in Higher Education” in Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education (2017).
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