Sciences and Engineering: The Aztecs have landed in the Republic of Georgia


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In a prestigious partnership years in the making,  the first cohort of 10 students from San Diego has begun classes in Tbilisi, in the Republic of Georgia.    Likewise, 7 Georgian students  from Chemistry and Engineering are now attending the San Diego SDSU campus.  Housing and meals are funded on both sides of the exchange, and all courses are taught in English.   Background information on the genesis of this unique US/Georgian partnership is here.  Form more information on the program, and to inquire about the Fall 2017 program, contact Dr. Nancy Marlin, nmarlin@mail.sdsu.edu

 

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Alexia Chavira – Environmental Engineering, right, whipped up in the winds of Georgia with Claudia Eguia – Physics, center, and Mairani Marin – Criminal Justice, left. Photo by Derrick Jones, Electrical Engineering, also a participant in the Georgia program.

 

 

 

Georgian students

Dean Stanley Maloy kicks off the 2016-17 Sciences Academic Year by welcoming students from Georgia: Left to Right Dean Maloy, Nino Shatirishvili (Chemistry), Nino Mikadze (Computer Engineering), Kesi Katsitadze (Chemistry), Mariam Gagua (Computer Engineering), Bela Beradze(Chemistry), Erekle Jmukhadze (Electrical Engineering), Saba Kakabadze (Electrical Engineering).

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Left: SDSU’s Chemistry Chair, Dr. Bill Tong, talks with SDSU Georgia Chemistry students.

 

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Students at SDSU Georgia Orientation

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