- Called the U.S. State Department's Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA), the initiative has brought 20 fellows to Winthrop this semester from Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Africa and the Americas.
- Education faculty member A.J. Angulo authored the $194,462 grant proposal to renew the federally-funded cultural and educational exchange program for the fourth year. The funds will support a series of professional development workshops, field experiences in Rock Hill high schools, and cultural exchange activities on and off campus.
Winthrop University, "International Teachers Sharpen Skills at Winthrop For Fourth Year" (2015). Winthrop News 2015. 25.