In today’s competitive global economy, college graduates with international study experience will have a competitive advantage as they enter the workforce and begin their careers. As one example, a recent survey by the Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) Abroad, a leading not-for-profit provider of international study programs, found that nearly 90 percent […]Continue Reading →
Global educational outreach moved another step forward during January 2013 Intersession, when the Daemen Winter Institute served as host
During their stay, the group attended classes and lectures in the Daemen physical therapy program, and became familiar with many of Buffalo’s favorite sights, shopping attractions, and foods.
The students, from the Brazilian Institute of Higher Education […]Continue Reading →
After having an opportunity this summer to meet and exchange outcomes with Daemen College nursing students and faculty, Jun Li, a master’s level nursing student from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, felt this was just a beginning.
“There should be more such exchanges,” she said. “We need more communication, more sharing of outcomes of treatment […]Continue Reading →
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