Plymouth State Begins Malaysian Partnership

February 8th, 2012 by Adam

Left to right, Cynthia Vascak, Dean of PSU’s College of Arts and Sciences, and Social Science Chair Peng Khuan Chong present a gift plate from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) to PSU President Sara Jayne Steen. Vascak and Chong travelled to Malaysia in January and signed an agreement for collaborative projects that include research, faculty exchanges, study visits, and student exchanges between the two institutions.

“This plate symbolizes a genuine partnership and exciting opportunities for students from both UTAR and Plymouth State University,” said Steen.

UTAR was established ten years ago as a comprehensive University, dedicated to achieving excellence in teaching and research. The four-campus institution currently has more than 16,000 students.

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