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David M. Fenner

Assistant Vice Provost for International Education

University of Washington

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University of Washington

1410 NE Campus Parkway Box 355852

Seattle, Washington,98195

United States

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Employment History

Washington State Department


Affiliations

Council on International Educational Exchange

Board Member


ACB

Representative


Lakeside School

Advisor


Academic Consortium

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Peace Corps

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www.vergemagazine.com

Dr. David Fenner thinks that an international education is fundamental to promoting a world that actually gets along instead of blowing itself up.
But Dr. David Fenner thinks that an international education is fundamental to promoting a world that actually gets along instead of blowing itself up. Dr. Fenner, Assistant Vice Provost and Director of International Programs and Exchanges at the University of Washington, says that in his opinion, one of the biggest failings of many universities (he confines his comments to American universities, but feel free to extrapolate), is an unsettling silence about war, and particularly our role in it. "I'm trying to make the point," says Fenner, in a telephone interview from his office in Seattle, "that we're not neutral on things that involve death and destruction and cluster bombs. We've got to be advocates for a kind of education that will actually educate a group of people that leads us forward rather than just accepts the status quo." He says that international education is important in getting people thinking about the world outside their own backyards. "For a start, it gets people out of their comfort zone." "It starts with putting a human face on people from Ghana, or even in Paris or Tokyo. They stop being 'them' and start being Ikira or Jean-Claude." Fenner recalls his own experience as a student, many years ago, studying abroad for the first time in what was then Yugoslavia. He says that he's never stopped thinking about the people there as 'we' rather than 'them'. Fenner thinks the spin-off effects of having students like that in the classroom are enormous.


epls.org

David Fenner explores the culture and traditions of Muslims in a modern world.
The session will address topics like "who was Mohammed," "what is the Qur'an," and will even talk about the use and history of head scarves. Fenner encourages open and inclusive audience participation. Seattle resident David Fenner retired from the University of Wahsington in 2007 as the Assistant Vice Provost for International Education. During his career he helped establish exchange programs with universities in Egypt, Morocco, Uzbekistan, Turkey, and Pakistan. He and his wife founded an education center in the Arabian Peninsula for Arab and Western students, designed to explore faith, language, natural resources, and diplomacy.


www.humanities.org

Speakers: David Fenner, Islamic Specialist and former assistant vice provost for international education at the University of Washington; and Sarah Eltantawi, professor of Middle Eastern Studies and Comparative Religion at The Evergreen State College.
Speakers: Milt Priggee, political cartoonist, and David Fenner, Islam specialist and former assistant vice provost for international education at the University of Washington. Moderated byShann Ray, author and professor of leadership studies at Gonzaga University Speakers: Milt Priggee, Political Cartoonist, David Fenner, Islamic Specialist and Former assistant Vice provost for international education at the University of Washington.


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David Fenner, University of Washington


www.osualum.com [cached]

David Fenner is head of the Foreign Studies Program at the University of Washington.


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