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Dr. Sandra Hurlong, Board Appointment to ANUVIBHA
Dr. Sohan L. Gandhi, International President of Anuvrat Global Organization (ANUVIBHA) announces the appointment of Dr. Sandra Hurlong, President of Intercultural Open University Foundation (IOUF) to the International Advisory Board.

ANUVIBHA is a transnational centre for peace and nonviolence associated with DPI of the United Nations.  It serves as a nonprofit socio-cultural organization dedicated to peace and nonviolent action. The 8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action will take place on January 5-8, 2014 in Jaipur and Bhinasar-Bikaner (Rajasthan), India.
Dr. Rudi Jansma Awarded PhD Degree from Universidad Central de Nicaragua
On November 14, 2013, Rudi Jansma, PhD was formally awarded his doctorate degree in Social Science from Universidad Central de Nicaragua by Dr. Gulab Kothari, International Advisor for Intercultural Open University Foundation (IOUF).  Dr. Jansma is a noted scholar in consciousness and religion.  He lectures internationally and has numerous publications on Jainism, Ecology, and Evolution.  In addition, Dr. Jansma is a member of the Board of Governors and a Resource Scholar for IOUF.
Dr. Lisa Shaffner Albright Profiled at Immaculata University (USA)
altDr. Lisa Shaffner Albright, NBCC, LPCMH has been profiled (PDF) as a distinguished graduate of Immaculata University (USA). Dr. Albright received her M.A. degree in Counseling Psychology with high honors from IU. She received her Dual PhD degree in Psychology from the Universidad Central de Nicaragua and the Universidad Azteca. Dr. Albright in addition to her private practice and faculty position in psychology at Goldey Beacom College (USA) serves as a resource scholar for IOUF.
Dr. Muneo Yoshikawa Conducts Symposium at IOUF, Arden (USA)
visit2On November 3, 2013, Dr. Muneo Yoshikawa, internationally recognized scholar, specialist in intercultural business communication, and member of the Board of Governors for Intercultural Open University Foundation (IOUF) met with Dr. Sandra Hurlong, President of IOUF, Dr. John M. Toothman, IOUF Board of Governors, Roxanne K. Toothman, Advisor to the President (IOUF), Mike Curtis, Vice President of the Henry George Institute, and Dr. Lisa Shaffner Albright, IOUF Resource Scholar. 

The Symposium centered on Dr. Yoshikawa’s Double-swing model (also known as the Mobius integration philosophy) and the expanding role of IOUF with dual degree partners Universidad Central de Nicaragua and Universidad Azteca.  Discussions also included IOUF’s position concerning educational assistance to the newly established Henry George Institute in Managua, Nicaragua.
Universidad Azteca/Universidad Central de Nicaragua and IOUF Signed A Partnership Agreement
altSuitable Masters graduates and, with the approval of UAZTECA, other students with a relevant prior qualification, should be given the opportunity to participate in an extra-occupational PhD programme offered jointly with UCN Universidad Central de Nicaragua internationally. Upon successful completion of the programme, the participants will be awarded the title of (Dr.) Doctor en Filosofía (PhD Doctor of Philosophy) by UAZTECA & UCN. UAZTECA is hereby validating the IOUF programme as in line with the academic requirements of the inter-university doctoral programme of UAZTECA & UCN, and is in charge of the administration and conduct of the inter-university programme on behalf of UCN as well.
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