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April 26th, 2007
Internationalization effort begins to take shape
Collaboration with universities in other countries, especially in East Asia, has also been emphasized, Nguyen said.
"Duke and MIT and Harvard all have joint programs with foreign universities," Nguyen said. "We think it's time that Brown also have those kinds of programs."
The committee is also interested in attracting foreign scientists to Brown, Nguyen said. This could be accomplished through programs that would bring visiting scholars with expertise in areas of strength for Brown, such as nanotechnology, to campus for a period of a few years, he said.
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