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Jacqueline Levine honored with lifetime achievement award by study abroad organization

October 26, 2017
two women pose for a phone, one holds an awardUniversity assistant dean Jacqueline Levine, left, poses with IES Abroad president and CEO Mary Dwyer. (University of Rochester photo / IES Abroad)

Jacqueline Levine ’80, ’84 (MA), who served as director of the University’s study abroad program from 1991-2016, recently was honored with a lifetime achievement award by IES Abroad, a non-profit study abroad organization that administers programs for U.S. college-aged students.

Since 2016, Levine has served as assistant dean and director of special projects in the dean’s office. IES Abroad was founded in 1950 and has provided study abroad and internship programs to more than 120,000 students.

The Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an individual who has served the study abroad field through significant professional and volunteer work and is chosen by IES Abroad’s nominations committee.


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