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College of Education signs agreement with Korean university

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WSU’s Paula Groves Price, Asif Chaudhry and Mike Trevisan with PNU’s College of Education Dean Dae Hyun Kim.

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University will partner with a flagship South Korean university in areas including research, education, technology transfer and economic development.

WSU and the College of Education at Pusan National University signed a memorandum of understanding last week.

They also plan to explore the feasibility of STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education faculty exchanges.

Participating WSU representatives included: Asif Chaudhry, vice president for international programs; Paula Groves Price, associate dean for diversity and international programs in the College of Education; and Mike Trevisan, College of Education dean.

 

 

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