Sunday, November 8th, 2015

In honor of International Education Week – a joint initiative of the the U.S. Department of State and the Department of Education unfolding between November 16 and 20 – EDMERICA advising counselor Mihaela Arsene will highlight the U.S. university system in two presentations offered as part of the 6th International Conference The Future of Europe organized by the School of International Business and Economics in the Bucharest University of Economic Studies/ASE on November 12 and 13. The first presentation Academic Writing as the Invisible Dimension of the Curriculum. The Bucharest University of Economic Studies Experience vs. U.S. University Practice will be offered by EDMERICA on Nov. 12 at 14.00 and will detail the structured approach to academic writing and the extensive support for academic writing enhancement available on U.S. campuses. The presentation of Nov. 13, again at 14.00, is entitled The Engaged University and Student Development: Soft Skills and Service Learning. The U.S. Approach and will focus on U.S. university engagement with the community, thereby facilitating service learning and soft skills development in students.