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2006 SUNY/CID International Fellow Completes Program

SUNY/CID NEWS STORIES 2006

SUNY/CID Chief of Staff Jim Utermark presents Henry Ndlovu with his certificate of completion

After successful completion of the 2006 SUNY/CID International Fellowship, Henry Ndlovu has returned to his post as Clerk of Committees with the Zimbabwean Parliament. Mr. Ndlovu's six-month program began last December in Pretoria, South Africa where he joined a group of SUNY/Oneonta students participating in an overseas summer course led by Henry's academic mentor Prof. Rob Compton. Upon arrival in the United States in January, he began serving a six-month assignment on the staff of NYS Sen. Dale M. Volker (R,C,I-Depew). During the spring semester, Henry completed a course in policy implementation at Rockefeller College, a two-week intensive bill drafting course held in Washington, DC by the Public Law Center of Tulane University, and an individualized course covering NYS government and strategic planning organized by Prof. Compton. Henry's individualized program also included experiential learning opportunities such as participation in an international development conference held at Old Dominion University in Norfolk,VA in March, and continued involvement with SUNY/Oneonta undergraduate students as an advisor to a class assigned with representing Zimbabwe at a Model UN session held in NYC in April 2006.

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