VANCOUVER, Wash. – Henri Burns, a doctoral student in the mathematics and science education program at WSU Vancouver’s College of Education, has been chosen by the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) to take part in five-day workshop in Taiwan this summer.
Burns, who is doing her studies at WSU Vancouver, is one of only 36 graduate students worldwide chosen for the Sandra K. Abell Research Institute for Doctoral Students.
Burns’ dissertation advisor Kristen Lesseig said Burns’ research is timely and has potential to make a significant contribution in terms of broadening participation in STEM education.
By Zahra Debbek, Office of International Programs “The lifetime of rewards you get from your experience abroad are completely priceless and studying abroad has been a huge career boost. It improved the way I connect with people in the office and in building relationships with my suppliers overseas.” – Kelli Schmitz ’09 Washington State University alumna, Kelli Schmitz, who studied apparel merchandising, design, and textiles, is now the assistant product developer at the clothing company SanMar based in Seattle.
By Zahra Debbek, Office of International Programs “By studying abroad [I became] a much knowledgeable individual, and more marketable to graduate schools as well as employers due to the intangible skills [I acquired] along the way.” –Nam Nguyen Nam Nguyen, a sophomore from Honors College at Washington State University, was the only WSU student in 2016, and one of 50 students nationwide, to receive a $10,000 grant from the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE). The grant has allowed him to study abroad at the CIEE Global Institute in Rome, Berlin, and … » More …
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Now vice president of international programs at Washington State University, Asif Chaudhry reflected on his wide-ranging career, the awe he felt the day he was sworn in as U.S. ambassador and his memories growing up poor in rural Pakistan.