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Dr. Jun Fan, Professor Electrical & Computer Engineering, hosts a sixth group of international student interns
The U.S. Department of State sponsors an outstanding internship program for international students who are in good academic standing and currently enrolled and pursuing a degree (e.g. bachelor's, master's, or doctorate) at an accredited post-secondaary academic institution outside the US. This program is designed to:
- Provide an opportunity for eligible international students to pursue a structured and guided internship program in his/her specific academic field.
- Fulfill the educational objectives for the student intern’s current degree program at his/her home institution overseas.
- Increase mutual understanding by means of educational and cultural exchanges.
Dr. Jun Fan, ProfessorElectrical & Computer Engineering, has sponsored an extremely successful J-1 exchange visitor student intern program. The Missouri S&T Electro-magnetic Compatibility (EMC) Lab has a summer internship program for international undergraduate students. The self-funded intern students spend the summer (usually 2-3 months) in the laboratory and participate in cutting-edge research on electromagnetic compatibility and signal and power integrity. They work with their mentors (senior graduate students) and faculty advisors to experience a real-world research environment while also having opportunities to participate in cultural and networking activities.
This internship program also serves as a graduate student recruiting opportunity for the Missouri S&T EMC Lab. At the end of the internship program, excellent intern students are offered to continue their graduate studies with the lab a year later. This program, developed by Professor Fan, was initiated in 2013 with six rising-senior students from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). In 2018 it has now been expanded to 19 intern students from five universities in China and South Korea.
From 2013 to 2017, a total of 41 students have participated in the EMC student internship program. Sixteen of them have returned to S&T’s EMC lab as graduate students (11 PhD and 5 MS).
Dr. Jun Fan
Dr. Fan’s comment about his student intern program: “A real-world experience of cutting-edge research and US graduate school life.”
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Missouri S&T welcomes new international class of 2018
Schuman Park came alive recently with music, dancing and food at the Welcome Picnic for the new and returning international Missouri S&T students.
Hosted by the S&T Office of International Affairs, the event featured students from over 20 countries from around the globe enjoying slices of watermelon, snow cones and other food items, plus games of washers and volleyball.
The international students from more than 50 countries will be attending S&T and majoring in such disciplines as petroleum engineering, nuclear engineering, electrical, civil, aerospace, mining and others.
The campus radio station, KMST provided the music at the event which seemed to have universal appeal with students knowing the various dance moves and lyrics to the songs being played.
CELEBRATING 5 YEARS WITH RICHARD MYERS
The Office of International Affairs is proud to recognize Mr. Richard Myers, Program Coordinator, for five years of service with Missouri S&T.
Richie has contributed to the success of Celebration of Nations as the coordinator of the event. He is well regarded in the Phelps Co. region for his outreach to local schools where he brings our S&T international students to meet and interact with local school kids. These interactions give many kids an opportunity to get an international experience and learn more about the world around them.
International Affairs appreciates Richie’s commitment to his work, and dedication to bring an international message to folks in the Ozarks.
curators approve New Tuition structure
We wanted to make sure all of our international students know about the new tuition structure that goes into effect this fall. This new tuition structure was approved by our governing body, the University of Missouri System Board of Curators, in May. Under this new structure, undergraduate and graduate resident and non-resident tuition rates will increase by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of 2.1 percent. This increase complies with a state law that requires public colleges and universities to limit tuition increases to the CPI. In addition, the curators approved a new tuition rate for international students that is $75 per credit hour above the non-resident (out-of-state) rate. Please view this website for the new tuition structure.
Missouri S&T continues to be a great investment. The average starting salary for graduates with bachelor’s degrees is over $62,000, and the average starting salaries for graduates with master’s degrees is now nearly $81,000. Ph.D. graduates also have strong starting salaries, averaging over $74,500. This great return on investment is why S&T is one of the top three engineering schools in the nation, as ranked by USAToday and CollegeFactual.com, and why we are No. 6 in the nation for return on investment, according to PayScale.com.
In addition, Missouri S&T is the only university in the University of Missouri System designated as “highly selective” by the Missouri Department of Higher Education. This designation not only contributes to S&T’s recognition as one of the world’s finest research universities, but also adds tremendous value to your Missouri S&T degree.
Missouri S&T Welcomes Delegation from Istanbul Zaim University
Missouri S&T welcomed a delegation visit from Istanbul Zaim University on Monday, January 8 and Tuesday, January 9, 2018. The delegation included Prof. Dr. Mehmet Bulut, President of Istanbul Zaim University, and Dr. Necati Sozuoz. The group met with Dr. Robert Marley, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Dr. Jeanie Hofer, Associate Provost for the Office of International and Cultural Affairs, and Mr. William Elliott, Director for the Office of International and Cultural Affairs and signed a Memorandum of Academic Cooperation (MOAC). Additionally, President Bulut met with several academic departments, as well as Enrollment Management and Global Learning. Numerous collaboration opportunities were identified, including transfer programs, student exchange, certificate programs, faculty exchange, short-term English programs and other academic initiatives.
Dr. John Hudzik to Present Seminar on November 14, 2017
S&T’s Internationalization Committee is sponsoring a seminar by Dr. John Hudzik, a well-known figure in international education, as this year's guest speaker during International Education Week. Dr. John Hudzik, Professor at Michigan State University (MSU), is a NAFSA senior scholar for internationalization. From 1995 to 2010 he was dean of international studies and programs, and then vice president for global engagement and strategic projects at MSU. He is frequently an invited commentator and speaker at national and international conferences on the direction of global higher education and often publishes on these topics.
In 2000, the U.S. Department of State and Education established International Education Week (IEW) to strengthen global education and exchange awareness. IEW is now celebrated in more than 100 countries worldwide. Missouri S&T welcomes the opportunity to join in that celebration by bringing together the campus and local community the week of November 13-17, 2017.
Education Malaysia Chicago Visit Missouri S&T
On August 17, Missouri S&T welcomed Mr. Nadimin Bin Abdul Aziz, Education Attaché from Education Malaysia Chicago. Missouri S&T has a long history of welcoming students from Malaysia to our campus. Malaysia is also a popular study abroad location for our S&T students. The Office of International and Cultural Affairs enjoyed our discussions with Mr. Aziz on how to build upon our relationship and continue our collaboration. We look forward to a continued partnership with Ministry of Education Malaysia.
Missouri S&T Welcomes Delegation Visit from Abdullah Gul University
Missouri S&T welcomed a delegation visit from Abdullah Gul University in Turkey on Monday, May 1, 2017. The delegation included Prof. Dr. Ihsan Sabuncuoglu, President of Abdullah Gul University, Dr. Burak Arikan, International Relations Director of Abdullah Gul University, Mr. Ahmet Eti, CEO of Sebit, Turkey, and Dr. Necati Sozuoz. The group met with Dr. Warren K. Wray, Vice Chancellor of Global and Strategic Partnerships and Dr. Jeanie Hofer, Assistant Vice Chancellor for the Office of International and Cultural Affairs and signed a Memorandum of Academic Cooperation (MOAC). The agreement includes collaborative opportunities in the areas of student design centers, student exchange, joint course offerings and other academic initiatives.
Universidad San Francisco de Quito arrives to S&T for a delegation visit
Missouri S&T welcomed a delegation visit from Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ), Ecuador on March 8, 2017. During the visit, S&T's Dr. Warren K. Wray, Vice Chancellor of Global and Strategic Partnerships and USFQ's Dr. Ximena M. Córdova, Vice Rector signed a Memorandum of Academic Cooperation. This partnership opens up doors for faculty and student exchange between the two universities. Dr. Jeanie Hofer, Vice Chancellor of the Office of International & Cultural Affairs (OICA) at S&T commented, "I am ecstatic about the opportunities that this program will offer to USFQ and S&T students." This visit by USFQ was followed by a previous trip initiated by S&T's Dr. Samuel Frimpong, Mining & Nuclear Engineering Professor, in August 2016. At that time, Dr. Frimpong and Dr. Fabricio Yépez, Associate Dean of Engineering at USFQ, submitted a summary and recommendations in regards to initiating the now current partnership between the two universities.
The delegates from Ecuador included: Dr. Ximena M. Córdova, Vice Rector, Diego Quiroga, Dean of Research, Gustavo Muñoz, Metallurgy Professor, and Diego Benalcazar, Senior Vice President of Lumina Gold Corp. Within the three day visit, the group toured laboratories and met with S&T's faculty, staff, and administrators.
Yunnan University of Finance and Economics Visits Campus
Missouri S&T welcomed a delegation from Yunnan University of Finance and Economics in China on Thursday, August 18. The delegation included Dr. Hong Chen, Vice President, Dr. Qiongwei Ye, Associate Dean of the Business School, Dr. Zengxiong Yang, Associate Dean of the Business School, Dr. Yuankun Nie, Professor, MBA Director of the Business School, Dr. Nangai Yang, Associate Professor of the Business School, and Dongshu Jiang, Lecturer, Office Manager of the Business School. The group met with Dr. Keng Siau, Department Chair and Professor of Business and Information Technology at Missouri S&T.
MISSOURI S&T HOSTED SHENZHEN UNIVERSITY FROM CHINA
Missouri S&T welcomed Dr. Wujian Long, Deputy Dean of College of Civil Engineering from Shenzhen University in China. Dr. Long met with Dr. Jeanie Hofer and Ms. Jodi Haseakmp from the Office of International and Cultural Affairs as well as with Dr. Kamal Kayat, Professor in the Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering at Missouri S&T.
MISSOURI S&T WELCOMES HONG KONG POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
Missouri S&T was happy to welcome a delegation from Hong Kong Polytechnic University to campus. The group included Dr. Vincent Ng, Chair of the Department of Computer Science, Dr. Korris Chung, Associate Head of the Department of Computer Science, and 20 students, all studying computer science. They were able to explore campus on Friday, and meet with the Admissions Office and the department of Business and Information Technology. On Saturday, Dr. Das and the S&T Computer Science department hosted a seminar for the group.