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8th Annual Student Conference On Global Challenges: Technology &...
Office of International Programs & Study Abroad Annual Report
Drexel Research Reaches Around the World
An Interview with President Fry: Global Impact
Drexel Professor Dr. Yury Gogotsi, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, recently returned from a visit to the National NanoFab Center (NNFC) in Daejeon, Korea located on the campus of a Drexel partner university KAIST.
With deep sadness in our hearts, we have been informed that Professor Hun H. Sun, our founder, our dear mentor, our source of inspiration and our good friend has passed on peacefully at his home.
As part of a global initiative and global classroom experience, seven students and two faculty members traveled to Dublin Ireland on an overnight flight from Philadelphia International Airport. Goals of this initiative and classroom experience included: 1) actively engage our nursing research students in the research process; 2) learn about nursing education, clinical practice and nursing research in Ireland; 3) learn about the healthcare system in Ireland and 4) have a cultural experience in Ireland.
Our greatest challenges today—such as urban sustainability, energy, water conservation, and public health—are global, requiring comprehensive solutions, novel research, and new collaborations.
Ha Pham, an international student from Vietnam took full advantage of the study abroad opportunities offered at Drexel, participating in not one, but two exchange programs.
The competitive International Travel Award Program provides graduate students and faculty financial awards up to $1000 per fiscal year toward participation in an international conference outside the United States within the participant's field.
Global Classrooms are courses that engage Drexel students with students at one of our partner universities abroad through a range of interactive technologies.
Friday, March 13, 2015
2:00 PM-3:30 PM