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On November 2 President Emeritus and Director of American Councils Research Center (ARC), American Councils for International Education, Dan Davidson and ACTR/ACCELS Regional Director for Russia and Moldova Carter R. Johnson visited Russian International Affairs Council.

On November 2 President Emeritus and Director of American Councils Research Center (ARC), American Councils for International Education, Dan Davidson and ACTR/ACCELS Regional Director for Russia and Moldova Carter R. Johnson visited Russian International Affairs Council.

American Councils for International Education is one of the leading American non-profit educational training and counseling organizations specializing on working with the countries of East Europe and Eurasia. ACTR/ACCELS programs include academic exchange programs, professional training, inter-institute cooperation and research, technical assistance and advice, and educational testing.

American visitors got to know about RIAC work on development of international cooperation in higher education, about major areas for cooperation between the Council and Russian universities — RIAC corporate members, and about the system of internships for foreign PhD students and postdoctoral fellows in RIAC.

The relevant issues of Russia-the U.S. cooperation in educational, scientific, and humanitarian areas were also discussed in the course of the meeting.

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