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Salzburg Academy 2012: Open Your Mind And Let The World In
Publication: College Magazine.com
Author: Josh Axelrod
Date: August 14, 2012
A wise young man once told me life begins when your comfort zone ends. These words became my mantra on a three-week, mind-blowing experience in Salzburg, Austria, where I spent every second of every day outside my bubble of familiarity.

King Honors Students Study Global Citizenship at Salzburg Global Seminar in Austria
Publication: Kiing College
Author:
Date: July 30, 2012
A recent trip to beautiful and historic Salzburg was the culmination of three years of hard work and persistence for King’s Snider Honors class of 2013, the first to be eligible for the Honors Scholar Award subsidy to attend the Salzburg Global Seminar’s International Study Program (ISP).

"Hoping for Fahrtwind" (in German)
Publication: Wiener Zeitung
Author: Matthias Bernold
Date: July 12, 2012
FM4-Moderator Chris Cummins mit Charity-Radtour durch Uganda

HCC Northeast student explores global issues in Salzburg
Author: Luisa Duran
Date: July 10, 2012
Environmental Studies student Ricky Whitehead represented Houston Community College Northeast along with a delegation of other HCC students, staff and faculty at the Salzburg Global Seminar International Studies Program in Salzburg, Austria. “It was the dream trip for me” said Ricky, who traveled internationally for the first time.

The Wing: At Home in an Era of Global Participatory Culture
Publication: UpNext: The IMLS Blog
Author: Beth Takekawa
Date: July 02, 2012
Hot off the presses is the IMLS publication “Libraries and Museums in an Era of Participatory Culture!” Scrolling through the pages produced a flood of memories as I was honored to be one of 58 museum, library and cultural heritage leaders from 31 countries to gather in October 2011 for the Salzburg Global Seminar summarized in this publication.

On the need for media literacy and how to promote it
Author:
Date: June 27, 2012
The Global Media Forum started on Monday with plenary session 1: “Rating vs. Quality: Media caught between market pressure and the mission to educate.” It was a very engaging discussion, and there were representatives from the US, Germany, Russia and South Africa. Above all, participant Trevor Ncube made a particular impression on me.

Sacrificing to 'Have It All': Four Extraordinary Women Explain How to Balance Work and Family
Publication: The Huffington Post
Author: Susan Moeller
Date: June 26, 2012
It's not only Anne-Marie Slaughter, Princeton professor and former Director of Policy Planning for the U.S. State Department, who has recognized that even women at the top can't "have it all," as detailed in her cover story in The Atlantic.

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