Release Date: March 14, 2010
An article in The Chronicle of Higher Education about this struggles U.S. colleges and universities are having building study-abroad programs in Asia reports just a handful of American colleges send significant numbers of students to Asia, among them UB, which established its first educational exchanges with Chinese universities in 1980 and about a quarter of UB students who study or intern abroad do so in Asia. The article quotes Stephen Dunnett, vice provost for international education, as well as a number of UB faculty, staff and students in disciplines that include law, management and foreign language study.
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