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State Treasurer John Chiang and President Coley at GEI Advisory Board Meeting

State Treasurer John Chiang and President Coley at GEI Advisory Board Meeting

The Global Education Institute (GEI) of the College of the Extended University hosted its Spring 2018 Advisory Board Meeting at the Kellogg House on April 25, 2018.  California State Treasurer John Chiang and Cal Poly Pomona President Soraya M. Coley attended the meeting.

The roundtable lunch meeting was hostedby Dr. Howard E. Evans, Dean of the College of the Extended University and International Center. The GEI Advisory Board Meeting focused on the advancement of Cal Poly Pomona globally and promoting the univeristy’s academic strength to enhance the regional economy in Southern California.

“Our Global Education Institute is the key entity here at Cal Poly Pomona for enabling our students, faculty, administrators, and local government and business leaders to interact with their international peers”, said Dr. Howard E. Evans. “By fostering increased awareness and understanding of international issues, people and cultures the Global Education Institute serves an important role in helping Cal Poly Pomona achieve its goals and fulfill its important mission. Its programs also facilitate the forming of individual and organizational relationships and networks, furthering such international opportunities as student exchange, visiting scholars and research collaborations, and possible economic development.”

The GEI Advisory Board meeting is held twice per year, providing visionary guidelines and directions for GEI.

The Global Education Institute (GEI) is committed to building and developing international institutional partnerships, providing high-quality university-based programs for international university students, faculty and administrators, as well as K-12 school principals, teachers, government officials and working professionals.