The Anderson-Schwille Fellowship in International Education
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About Jack Schwille
Jack Schwille is a professor and assistant dean for international studies in education. His specialization is in comparative education and the sociology of education, with emphasis on comparative understanding of teaching and learning as these are influenced by their institutional and organizational contexts. His experience includes qualitative as well as quantitative research in a variety of international and domestic settings. In recent years, his main geographic emphasis has been on Africa. He and his wife, Dr. Sharon Schwille, established this award and fellowship to honor persons who have come to the United States permanently or temporarily in order to better their lives and the lives of others.
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