KSU is proud of its students and their increasing global engagement. In the Spring of 2010, for example, the SEED program students, supported by the International Student Association, devoted much of the semester to helping the victims of the Haiti earthquake. The semester culminated in a "Remember Haiti Event" on April 22. The event was host to students from many different countries sharing their cultures and selling things to raise money for Haiti.
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Fall 2010: KSU International Students helped successfully celebrate International Education Week at KSU. Key events were a "Flag Parade", special lectures and forums by faculty, and a closing banquet (full schedule available here).
Fall 2010: The SEED project brings students from Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean to KSU. These students are an active part of international activities on campus. Click here to learn more about the SEED project at KSU.
Robert C. Rivers participated in the National Science Foundation research fellowship ThaiREU (Thai Research Experience for Undergraduates). Rivers is the son of KSU's Small Farmer Outreach Training and Technical Assistance Program (SFOTTAP) Director Louie Rivers. Read more about the program here.
Robert C. Rivers in Thailand