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Peace Corps Celebrates Partnership with Stamps School

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In the photo: John Greisberger, Director, U‑M International Center; Carrie Hessler-Radelet, Acting Director of the Peace Corps; Sandra Wiley, International Engagement Coordinator, U‑M Stamps School of Art & Design; and, Roopal Shah, Assistant Dean for International Education, U‑M Law School. 

Peace Corps Acting Director, Carrie Hessler-Radelet, models a Stamps School t‑shirt to celebrate the partnership with the Stamps School. Established in 2013, the Stamps School is the first School of Art & Design to host a Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program. 

The program is specifically reserved for students who have already completed their service abroad with the Peace Corps. More details at www​.peacecorps​.gov/​f​e​llows.

Following a signing ceremony with Vice-Provost for Global and Engaged Education, James Holloway, and School of Information Dean Jeffrey Mackie-Mason, Ms. Hessler-Radelet spoke at the Ford School about Peace Corps in the 21st Century.”