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2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
2014 suny russia wired in under the snow submitted by val chukhlomin
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A collaborative, dual degree, multipartner project between two SUNY colleges and a number of Russian universities (in operation since 1998)

A collaborative, dual degree, multipartner project between two SUNY colleges and a number of Russian universities (in operation since 1998)

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  • US-Russia Joint/Dual Degree Partnership Network Conference is taking place from January 29-February 2, 2014 at Bard College and SUNY Global centerMore:http://www.bard.edu/civicengagement/us-russia-conference/
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    • 1. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Wired in under the snow: A SUNY-Russia project with state, nationally accredited universities of Omsk, Novosibirsk and Tomsk Panelists: Evgenia Altergot, Omsk Silvia Chelala, SUNY ESC, IP, Prague Valeri Chukhlomin, SUNY ESC, CDL Gennady Kobzev, Tomsk Novosibirsk SUNY Broome Community College
    • 2. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Located in Siberia      Began in 1998 with Omsk State University Joined by:  Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Finance  Tomsk State University of Radioelectronics (TUSUR) Undergraduate Business Dual degree and standing alone courses (TUSUR) Source: passports.ru
    • 3. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 The structure of the project: participants Binghamton Tomsk Saratoga Springs Prague Novosibirsk Omsk
    • 4. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 The structure of the project - 1998 Binghamton Tomsk Prague Saratoga Springs 3+1, IDL, 1998 Novosibirsk Omsk
    • 5. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 The structure of the project -2003/4 Binghamton Tomsk Prague Saratoga Springs 1 year, Study Abroad, 2003 Novosibirsk 1.5+0.5, IDL+Visits, 2004 Omsk
    • 6. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 The structure of the project - 2007 Binghamton Tomsk Prague Saratoga Springs Omsk Novosibirsk
    • 7. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Omsk State University o School (Faculty) of International Business o Russian-American Department o Close to 100 graduates with SUNY degrees o Graduate success and careers
    • 8. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 SUNY ESC Prague Unit o o SUNY Empire State College, International Programs, Prague Unit University of New York Prague
    • 9. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Tomsk State University of Radioelectronics and Control Systems (TUSUR) o Faculty of Innovation Management o Center of Distance Education
    • 10. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Publications in English
    • 11. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Publications in Russian Pdf copies available at http://commons.esc.edu/valerichukhlomin
    • 12. US-Russia Conference, January 2014 Books, texts, manuals

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