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Reilly, Benjamin – History Teacher, 2008
In fall of 2004, Carnegie Mellon University embarked on a bold educational experiment, the establishment of an overseas branch campus at Education City in the Persian Gulf state of Qatar. Carnegie Mellon's decision to open up shop in the Middle East was by no means unique; indeed, Carnegie Mellon is just one of a growing number of institutions to…
Descriptors: Multicampus Colleges, Arabs, Information Technology, Foreign Countries
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Nurse, Ronald J. – History Teacher, 1974
In 1939 and 1948, John Kennedy and Robert Kennedy visited the Middle East, both while seniors in college. This article consists of two letters written to their parents from Palestine assessing the problems of their day between Arab and Jew. Questions to stimulate classroom discussion are included. (Author/RM)
Descriptors: Arabs, History Instruction, Jews, Middle Eastern Studies