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Washington International Education Group

December 30, 1899

 

​The Washington International Education Group (WIEG) is a network of higher education association staff members, government agency officers, and representatives of institutions in the D.C.-Metro area who meet on a quarterly basis to discuss issues relevant to the advancement of international education in the United States.​


Topics discussed at previous WIEG meetings have included:

If you are located in the DC metro area and would like more information on how to attend a WIEG meeting, please email cige@acenet.edu. ​



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