Medaille Hosts Delegation from Brazil’s UniEvangelica Centro Universitario
Medaille was honored to recently host a delegation from UniEvangelica Centro Universitario in Brazil, one of the College’s partner universities. Pictured with Medaille President Dr. Ken Macur, from left, is UniEvangelica's Vice President, Dr. Cicilio Alves de Moraes, and its Immediate Past President, Dr. Geraldo Henrique Espindola.
Also visiting the College from UniEvangelica was its International Department Coordinator, Maria Moto Espindola, and International Department support staffer Talita Lopes, who served as interpreter. Among the topics Dr. Macur discussed with the guests were “2+2” agreements for undergraduate business administration and psychology students, as well as faculty exchange.
Medaille College maintains partnerships with 25 universities around the world that provide opportunities for student and faculty collaboration and exchange. Besides Brazil, Medaille has partner institutions in China, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Thailand and Vietnam.
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