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New presentation on International Research Collaboration

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The Global Research Forum, held at the University of North Texas, invited key university administrators, international research funding agencies, and doctoral students to establish an understanding of how to expand mutually beneficial global research cooperation, and support research-active faculty and graduate students with global research aspirations. Maresi Nerad, director of CIRGE, was one of the panelists  to discuss the core …

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Presentations: International Experience in STEM Graduate Education and Beyond

Final Report: Assessing International Collaboration in STEM fields International Experience in Stem Graduate Education and Beyond. Presented by Dr. Raj Bordia, professor of Materials Sci. & Engineering at University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA A UK/European perspective in international experiences in STEM subjects. Presented by Dr. John Chapman, professor at College of Science & Engineering, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK. …

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Investigating the International Experience in STEM Graduate Education and Beyond

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The program was designed to (a) increase our mutual understanding of essential topics relevant to investigating the impact of international collaborations at the (post) graduate level and beyond, (b) gather information on what we know and should know about assessing international experiences and programs, and (c) move collectively towards charting research directions for the coming years. After 40 hours of …

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