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NTNU delegation arrives for benchmarking visit

A delegation from National Taiwan Normal University arrived on the University Park campus for a visit on Nov. 29.

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The National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) delegration, accompanied by Leila Bradaschia, director of International Programs, back left, and College of Education Dean David Monk, back right, met with Penn State President Eric Barron, center, during their visit to Penn State.
The College of Education’s partnership with National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), which began in 2013, continues to grow. Part of the partnership includes benchmarking visits to each other’s institutions, and a delegation from NTNU arrived on the University Park campus for a visit on Nov. 29.

Over the past few days, the delegation has met with representatives of Career Services, IT, Alumni Relations, Development, Strategic Communications, Global Programs, and other units.

The delegation, which includes NTNU President Cheng-Chih Wu, also met with Penn State President Eric Barron, and had a hands-on learning experience about work being done by College of Education faculty member P. Karen Murphy, whose Quality Talk program is helping students in international classrooms achieve academic success.

For photos from the delegation’s visit, see http://bit.ly/ntnu2018 online.