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Introducing International Students Fall 2007

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hey come to Nazareth from across the globe: from Morocco and Sweden, from Kyrgystan and Italy. Increasingly, you may find yourself sitting next to someone in class who hales from a foreign land, perhaps a country about which you know little. Want to expand your global horizons? Introduce yourself to one of the following international students who began their studies at Nazareth this fall, or to one of the many returning students from across the globe.

Fabrizio Amoroso, Italy, General Academic Courses Nazgul Borkosheva, Kyrgyzstan, IREX scholar Mark Daly, Scotland, Business Administration Carmine De Luca, Italy, General Academic Courses Daniela De Nardis, Italy, General Academic Courses Aurelie Faivret, France, Graduate Courses, Teaching Advanced French Stephanie Hughes, Bermuda, Communications Science and Disorders Naoko Imaizumi, Japan, English Literature/ American Studies Rikesh Kotak, Great Britain, General Education Classes Daniela Liberatore, Italy, General Academic Courses Ruben Levy, France, Business Administration William Maina, France, Business Management Simon Vincourt, France, Business Administration Valentina Morello, Italy, General Academic Courses Giuseppina Mongelluzzi, Italy, General Academic Courses Clement Mutambo, Zambia, Management Information Systems Alessandro Nasuti, Italy, General Academic Courses Chiara Pingelli, Italy, Academic Courses Maria Selman Pinto, Chile, Art Therapy Roberto Silva, Italy, Academic Courses Edurado Venegas, Chile, English Education Jigme Sherpa, Nepal, Business Administration

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Global Beat Fall 2007  

the fall 2007 issue of the newsletter of the Nazareth College Center for International Education

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