Case Western Reserve University
Center for International Affairs International Achievement Dinner
April 11, 2016
The Case Western Reserve University: International Achievement Dinner honors contributors to international education at Case Western Reserve University.
The April 2016 event featured Ambassador Richard L. Armitage, former deputy secretary of state (2001-2005) and president of Armitage International as the keynote speaker.
David Fleshler, Barbara Snyder and Ambassador Richard L. Armitage
With nearly 2,100 international students at Case Western Reserve University and 45% of undergraduate students studied abroad last year, the university has a lot to celebrate.
In his opening remarks, David Fleshler, Vice Provost for International Affairs at Case Western Reserve University told of the difference between Globalization and Internationalization. He then gave 2 stories from his experience at CWRU dealing with international students and institutions.
Ambassador Richard L. Armitage began his keynote address by answering the two questions he says he is always asked: Is the US in decline? and Is the world in a mess?
Enjoy these photos from the event.
CWRU President Barbara Snyder
Vice Provost for International Affairs David Fleshler
Ambassador Richard L. Armitage
Fareed Siddiq, Ambassador Richard Armitage and David Fleshler