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Dan BottomleyCivics Director & Principal Investigatordbott@udel.edu
The U.S.-based MEPI Student Leaders Program is operated under the auspices of the University's Institute for Global Studies in a consortium with Georgetown University and other university partners. Exceptional college students from the Middle East and North Africa are nominated to participate by U.S. embassies and are selected by the U.S. Department of State. UD has welcomed 200+ participants from many cultures, religions and academic disciplines as a part of the program.
The MEPI Student Leaders Program provides a unique opportunity for participants to develop their leadership and civic engagement skills, with a specific emphasis on applying those skills in their home communities to affect change. The program also enables participants to learn about values, issues and institutions that have played important roles throughout the history of the United States.In addition to the on-campus academic component, study tours include excursions to Philadelphia, New York City and Washington, DC.
The University of Delaware has long been recognized as a leader in international education. It was an early pioneer in study abroad and now regularly hosts groups of undergraduate, graduate and professional students from abroad, providing them with creative programs blending academics and cultural enrichment.
LEARN MORE ABOUT PUBLIC DIPLOMACY PROGRAMSFunding for the Student Leaders Program is provided by the U.S. Department of State.
Institute for Global Studies administers four U.S. State Department programs for global leaders
U.S. Sen. Tom Carper meets with young global leaders
UD Middle East Partnership Initiative leaders wrap up program