American Councils for International Education

The mission of American Councils — to create informed and empowered global citizens who can succeed in an increasingly interconnected world — focuses first and foremost on U.S. engagement through educational and professional cooperation with non-English speaking regions of the world.American Councils had its beginnings in 1974 when a group of Russian language and area specialists organized to reach through the Iron Curtain, using education and knowledge sharing to expand cooperation among academics of both countries. What started as an unconventional exchange of scholars from Amherst, Harvard, MIT, and Northwestern with counterparts in the Soviet Union evolved into four decades of educational and professional exchange, joint research, and collaboration in curriculum, assessment, and innovation. Today, we boast more than 55,000 alumni from all over the world.

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  • Paul Linkov
  • Sendi M. Arjana
  • Maria Evstafeva
  • Нино Лазария
  • Alyona Shchavleva