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Krause accepted to sustainability program in Germany

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Professor Rachel Krause was accepted to join a program hosted by the German Academic Exchange Service called “Science Tour 2016: City of the Future – Research for Sustainable Urban Development.” Dr. Krause and 28 other scholars from around the world took a six-day tour of cities and research institutions in Germany. It provided opportunities to meet and network with German scientists, visit research labs, and get first-hand information on funding opportunities for joint higher education projects and research collaborations. Learn more about the Science Tour.



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