News & Student Stories

#ALUSummerStories: Our Students’ Summer Term Global Achievements
03
Oct
#ALUSummerStories: Our Students’ Summer Term Global Achievements

ALU Students don’t take a traditional summer break. Our students work year-round and during the summer term, they participate in summer internships, fellowships, business incubators, and many more dynamic activities around the globe. Check out some of the #ALUSummerStories in this article.

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ALU Graduates continue to #dohardthings
02
Oct
ALU Graduates continue to #dohardthings

ALU recently graduated the inaugural 2019 class from its Mauritius campus. In this article, we’re excited to share with you some of the outcomes we’re seeing from the graduates.

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ALU Education: Business of Conservation Conference 2019
26
Sep
Celebrating the second annual Business of Conservation Conference

It’s easy to call yourself a change agent, generating new ideas is exciting. The thing is, “being” or more appropriately embodying the qualities of a change agent is much harder; it requires new ideas aligned with consistent unwavering action. 

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Tom Siegel, Expert in Residence at ALU
24
Sep
ALU Experts in Residence: interview with Tom Siegel

For the past 15 years, Tom Siegel has been the Vice-president of Trust and Safety at Google. He is currently setting up his own company in data protection. He recently spent a few weeks on the campus, delivering masterclasses as well as sharing his own experience within a global organization.

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20
Sep
ALU Rwanda debuts the Millennium Fellowship

Every year, more than one thousand youth are welcomed into the Millennium Fellowship. This article explores the first-ever ALU class to be part of this social impact-oriented program.

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