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IU establishes international office in Ghana, as first public US university with gateway in Africa

Cathie Carrigan, Hilary Kahn and Miguel Ayllon in front of the Indiana University Ghana Gateway Office sign

Building on decades of collaborative research, international partnerships and global health efforts in Africa, Indiana University has formally launched a new Global Gateway office in Accra, Ghana — IU’s sixth such facility around the world. IU now boasts more international gateways than any other public university in the U.S.

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