Think Sweden

Think Sweden this week.

That’s where JMU’s Jim Heffernan, public affairs associate, is spending the week. He’s attending the International Staff Training Week, which is run by the International Network of Universities. Jim is part of a delegation from JMU attending the series of workshops and cultural activities at Sweden’s Malmo University

INU is a “consortium of 11 institutions of higher learning from around the world that share best practices, provide study-abroad opportunities and staff shadowing programs, and foster global citizenship in the areas of teaching and research,” according to a JMU press release.

So instead of our normal Monday/Thursday schedule for this blog, we’re changing things up to get a glimpse of INU from the inside.

Jim will blog for us this week. If all goes as planned, we will receive his first post tomorrow. So stay tuned…

You can learn more about INU at their website http://www.inunis.net/
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