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ISU inks ties with US college

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ISABELA (August 11)—Venturing on areas of scientific research and academics, a state university based in the province of Isabela has inked ties with an American college, especially in faculty exchanges and student mobilization.

According to the Isabela State University (ISU) with its main campus in Echague, the university has found a new partner for cross-border academic collaboration with the Davis College (DC), a tertiary institution based in the State of Ohio in the United States (US).

Founded in 1858, Davies College is an established higher education institution in Toledo, Ohio.

On August 5, 2022, ISU and DC signed a partnership agreement for both institutions to work on areas of scientific research and academic ventures, especially on faculty exchanges and student mobilization.

ISU said the partnership will also enable the two institutions to exchange information and academic materials, organize joint conferences, distant or virtual training workshops, joint research activities and publications.

During the virtual signing, DC President Diane Brunner said the partnership adds to the effort of the American college in serving stakeholders around the globe.

She said they are honored and enthusiastic to be collaborating with ISU in promoting educational opportunities between the two institutions.

“We are thrilled to be able to serve our international community with you,” Brunner said

On the other hand, ISU President Dr. Ricmar Aquino has assured of the university’s resources while focusing on boosting its internationalization efforts.

Aquino said the partnership will be an opportune time for both ISU and DC to showcase what they can do to forge alliances and dedicate resources to internationalization.

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“I am confident that with our collaborative efforts and commitments, we will achieve stronger rapport and connection,” Aquino said.