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Expanding International Opportunities for Engineering and Science Students


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In their article in the latest edition of IIENetworker magazine, Sarah Phillips and Cheryl Matherly discuss the international research experience for undergraduates (IREU) model and share the results of a case study on the NanoJapan Program. According to the authors, "science and engineering research is increasingly characterized by international collaboration, yet the number of U.S. undergraduates in these fields who participate in study abroad still lags." The NanoJapan program seeks to encourage international collaboration in the sciences by engaging undergraduate U.S. students in scientific research in Japan.

 

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