IUP faculty honored for helping a threatened scholar from Afghanistan – Indiana Gazette

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Indiana University of Pennsylvania announced Wednesday that its Office of International Education and two members of that office were recognized by the Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund Alliance with certificates of appreciation for helping a threatened scholar from Afghanistan.

Honored were Dr. Michele Petrucci, associate vice president for international education and global engagement, as well as executive director of the American Language Institute, and Emma Archer, director of International Student Scholar Services, “with deep gratitude for your extraordinary efforts to preserve the life, ideas and work of a threatened scholar from Afghanistan by providing a safe academic haven at IUP.”

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