Posted on Thu, Jan 8, 2015
There are 83 HESA students studying at CUEA onsite and online via partnership with Marywood University. The sisters gathered for a group photo after a meeting at CUEA.
These are HESA students after a meeting on January 8, 2015 at CUEA. There are 83 students studying at CUEA onsite and online via partnership with Marywood University. The students praised the program as an opportunity for them to acquire higher educ credentials. Present at the meeting were from Marywood Dr. Samantha, ASEC, Sr.Jane, Prof. Donald Miller of USC, evaluator from Hilton Foundation, Dr. Rita and Prof. P. Gichure, Directorate of Academic Linkages CUEA.
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