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Dening Wu Lohez, “Expat Extra: 9/11 Scholarships a Bridge to World Students,” Shanghai Television News, 27 November 2012

 

Dening Wu Lohez, China Interview, Oriental Morning Post, 28 November 2012

Article, Oriental Morning Post

Dening Wu Lohez, China Interview, Oriental Morning Post, 28 November 2012

 

The Jérôme Lohez 9/11 Scholarship Foundation Publishes Expanded Mission Statement

English:

The Jérôme Lohez 9/11 Scholarship Foundation is the only charitable organization established after the 9/11 tragedy that is dedicated specifically to promoting educational and cultural exchange among the U.S., France and China. By providing scholarship awards to American, French and Chinese graduate students, enabling them to study in one another's nations, the Foundation aims to shape the next generation of global citizen, along with a new class of international policy makers. The Foundation also seeks to develop a pool of highly-trained multicultural business leaders to serve as innovators in multinational commerce.

En Français:

Le 11 Septembre Jérôme Lohez Fondation Programme de Bourses est la seule organisation caritative établie après la tragédie du onze Septembre 2001 qui est spécifiquement dédiée pour la promotion éducative et pour l’exchange culturelle entre les États-Unis, la France, et la Chine. En fournissant les bourses qui permissent les étudiants américains, français, et chinois de troisième cycle étudier dans ces trois pays, cette fondation vise former la génération suivante des citoyens mondiaux avec une nouvelle classe des décideurs internationaux. De plus, la fondation espère développer un nouveau groupe des chefs de commerce qui seront les experts multiculturels pour servir comme les innovateurs des affaires internationaux.

 

Dedicated to the Memory of 9/11 Victims, Lohez Foundation Adopts a Global Mission

By Patrick A. Berzinski


The first decade of the 21st century has witnessed changes in the scale and range of global educational mobility. According to the Institute of International Education, there are currently more than 3.3 million students studying in a country beyond their own.

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Professor Jacques Barzun Dies at Age 104

The Jérôme Lohez 9/11 Scholarship Foundation mourns the loss of Professor Jacques Barzun, who died Oct. 25, 2012, in San Antonio, Texas, at the age of 104.

The Foundation inaugurated and presented the first Jacques Barzun Award for Distinguished Contributions to Trans-Cultural Scholarly Exchange in May 2012, in recognition of Dr. Barzun’s immense contributions to trans-cultural understanding and exchange between the United States and France.


To read an appreciation of Dr. Barzun's life and work in the ColumbiaNews online, please Click Here.
 


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Our Mission

The Jérôme Lohez 9/11 Scholarship Foundation is the only charitable organization established after the 9/11 tragedy that is dedicated specifically to promoting educational and cultural exchange among the U.S., France and China. By providing scholarship awards to multinational undergraduate and graduate students, enabling them to study in one another's homelands, the Foundation aims to shape the next generation of global citizen, along with a new class of international policy makers. The Foundation also seeks to develop a pool of highly-trained multicultural business leaders to serve as innovators in multinational commerce.