The Office of Global Studies is the academic component of the Center for International Engagement.
The Office of Global Studies is the academic component of the Minnock Center for International Engagement. Working closely with the five area studies programs on campus -- African, Asian, Canadian, Latin American and Caribbean, and Middle East -- Global Studies is focused on internationalizing the curriculum, fostering a wide range of scholarly, cultural, and extra-curricular experiences for our students, expanding faculty exchanges with partnered institutions, and encouraging joint research and community service opportunities between our faculty and their counterparts abroad. The goal of Global Studies is to create a learning environment on campus that increases global awareness and enhances cross-cultural communication and understanding.
Delegations from South Korean Universities Visit BSU
Dr. Michael Kryzanek and the delegation form Kyungpook National University.
|The delegation from Yonsei University Wonju Campus with BSU administrators, faculty and students.|
Delegations from Kyungpook National University and Yonsei University Wonju Campus in South Korea visited BSU in December. During their visits, President In Suk Hamm of Kyungpook and Chancellor Insung Lee of Yonsei and their delegations met with President Dana Mohler-Faria, Executive Vice President Fred Clark, Vice President and Provost Howard London, Dr. Michael Kryzanek, Executive Director of the Minnock Center, academic deans, faculty, and students. We are pleased to announce that both Kyungpook National University and Yonsei University Wonju Campus have signed memorandums of cooperation to become partner universities with BSU.
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Last Modified: December 6, 2012