DSU welcomes Global UGRAD fellows
Delta State University welcomed five new international students to campus as part of the U.S. Department of State’s Global Undergraduate Exchange Program in Eurasia & Central Asia
Joining the Delta State family are Sirojiddin Aslonov from Uzbekistan, Ecaterina Dancenco from Moldova, Susanna Movsesyan from Armenia, Davit Stepanyan from Armenia, and Akzer Yeshmukhanbetova from Kazakhstan. Dr. G?khan Karahan, director of the Center for Economic Education and Research, and Robin Boyles, director of the Office of Institutional Grants, successfully submitted Delta State’s first Global UGRAD application this past spring.
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