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Since 2009 the University of Delaware has welcomed over 700 world leaders and scholars from more than 30 countries as participants in internationally-recognized State Department programs. While representative of diverse cultures and backgrounds, leaders and scholars share a dedication to learning more about the United States, sharing their knowledge with U.S. citizens, and ultimately making the world a better, safer and more prosperous place.
Hosted by the Department of Political Science & International Relations since 2021, State Department program participants depart from UD after several weeks of intensive training with a toolkit of new knowledge, ideas and connections to the United States to take back to their home communities. They also leave behind a lasting impression on the many friends, host families and peer collaborators they meet while in the United States. This is Public Diplomacy.
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The MEPI Student Leaders Program annually brings 15 college students from the Middle East and North Africa to UD for a five-week intensive training program. Participants enhance their leadership and civic engagement skills through in-classroom sessions, site visits and service-learning opportunities. In addition, the leaders visit iconic U.S. cities like Philadelphia, New York and Washington, D.C., getting an inside look at American culture, history and politics. The program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Middle East Partnership Initiative and administered by Georgetown University.
The Study of the U.S. Institute on Foreign Policymaking increases mid-career scholars’ and practitioners’ understanding of U.S. foreign policymaking and fosters a community of content experts from around the world. The program is sponsored by the State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
The SUSI Women’s Leadership Program examines the history of women’s participation in U.S. public life. At the same time, participants from Sub-Saharan Africa prepare for the future by sharpening their critical thinking, leadership, communication and managerial skills, and by nurturing a community of peers. Upon return to their host communities, each “pays it forward” by implementing a leadership project for positive change.