Continuing support for our signature leadership development program.
The Strengths and Values of a University
“Whole person education coincides with my vision of the strengths and values of a university,” Budi Widianarko said, reflecting on his recently completed tenure as rector of Soegijapranata Catholic University in Indonesia.
Developing a Spirit of Giving
A United Board grant helped Didik Wahjudi and his colleagues at Petra Christian University expand their knowledge of effective fundraising practices.
International Exchanges: Creating a Deeper, More Varied Experience
Over the course of a long career in higher education, Jared Dorn has seen the value of international education, which he defines as anything a college or university does to “move people, ideas, thoughts, projects, programs, or studies.”
Internationalizing the Curriculum
Dr. Le Hoang Dung believes that internationalizing the curriculum is one of the best ways to make higher education meaningful.
A Language Bridge between Cultures
Intensive English-language training helped Alfons Christian Hardjana prepare for his graduate studies at De La Salle University in the Philippines.
A Paradigm Shift in Teaching
An opportunity to reach across disciplines.
A Personal Path to Peacebuilding
At the Institute for Religion, Culture and Peace, Dr. Le is putting into practice her mission of building human resources for peace work.
Participatory workshops to strengthen whole person education.
The Best of All Development Aid
“Supporting education is the best of all development aid,” Anita Fahrni believes, and her experiences in the fields of development assistance, politics, and personal philanthropy have persuaded her that the education of women and girls is especially important.
Building a Journalism Program, Step by Step
Myanmar Institute of Theology wanted to develop a journalism course to introduce students to the field, so it turned to the United Board’s network for sources of expertise.
Teaching Empathy through Design
Architecture students at Petra Christian University listened to people living with disabilities describe their aspirations and their day-to-day lives, and then collaborated with them on inclusive designs.