Georgian Court’s New International Collaboration Center

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In May, Georgian Court cut the ribbon on its International Collaboration Center, a high-tech meeting and collaborative classroom that allowed GCU students to conduct research with business students in London, a professor in Tanzania, and high school students throughout Poland, El Salvador, Brazil and Taiwan. Faculty are looking forward to using the center’s capabilities to share in presentations and explore current research with their international peers, especially in subject areas like psychology, business, and even autism education.

The ICC grew out of GCU’s new Global Transformation Initiative, which launched in 2013. Beyond the new the technology center, the initiative has promoted sharing of international experiences, research, and global study and service abroad. Since last summer, GCU faculty and students have visited more than 30 countries, including current stints in Ghana, Ecuador and Scotland.

Catch up with our faculty and students’ global activities at  www.armchairtraveler.gcublogs.org<http://www.armchairtraveler.gcublog

 DSC_9377-(ZF-2574-02156-1-027)      

In May, Georgian Court cut the ribbon on its International Collaboration Center, a high-tech meeting and collaborative classroom that allowed GCU students to conduct research with business students in London, a professor in Tanzania, and high school students throughout Poland, El Salvador, Brazil and Taiwan. Faculty are looking forward to using the center’s capabilities to share in presentations and explore current research with their international peers, especially in subject areas like psychology, business, and even autism education.

The ICC grew out of GCU’s new Global Transformation Initiative, which launched in 2013. Beyond the new the technology center, the initiative has promoted sharing of international experiences, research, and global study and service abroad. Since last summer, GCU faculty and students have visited more than 30 countries, including current stints in Ghana, Ecuador and Scotland.

Catch up with our faculty and students’ global activities at  www.armchairtraveler.gcublogs.org<http://www.armchairtraveler.gcublog

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