Twenty-nine Executive MBA Students Traveled Abroad

In May 2011, EMBA cohort of 29 students travelled to Frankfurt, Germany, and Budapest, Hungary where they participated in a series of panel discussions and presentations by business professionals, visited corporate headquarters, warehouses and factories. The trip is a part … Continued

College of Liberal Arts Provides Study Abroad Trip to Canada

In May 2012, the College of Liberal Arts Department of Political Science in conjunction with HEPC Consortium for Internationalizing Higher Education, launched a freshman study abroad trip to Quebec, Canada. It was started from May 2009 and offered the opportunity to freshman … Continued

School of Medicine Offers Medical Spanish Elective Courses

The Department of Family and Community Health in the School of Medicine is responsible for teaching the Medical Spanish elective course. Beginning 2011-2012, the course began to integrate more native-Spanish speakers into the guest lecturer component of the course. All … Continued

Geology Professor Receives NSF Grant for work in Egypt

Dr. Aley El-Shazly, Geology professor in the College of Science, was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation award to support fieldwork in Egypt. Mr. Nathan Rohrbaugh, a student in the Physical & Applied Sciences graduate program, was selected … Continued