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Dr.Myers visit to SLIIT

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Visiting associate provost ofinternational initiatives at Youngstown State University (YSU) Ohio, USA Dr.Nathan Myers was recently welcomed at the Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT) by itsFaculty of Education Dean Dr. Malitha Wijesundara, Business School Dean Professor Samantha Thelijjagoda and International Programs Manager Kenneth Fleming. The discussion was centered on getting SLIIT into YSU’s international university  partnership network, 2+2 programs for SLIIT’s undergraduate IT, Education and Business majors, Online Masters in education in partnership with SLIIT and 1+1 MSc in IT. Other areas covered included faculty exchanges, YSU graduates undertaking volunteer teaching at SLIIT and YSU students taking study abroad courses at SLIIT during summer time. The visit was coordinated by Scholarships for USA (SUSA), the exclusive Sri Lankan representative who has initiated nearly 15 such international collaborations between the universities of US and SL.       

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