Marywood University Signs Memorandums of Understanding with Arab Academy of Science and the Seoul Institute of the Arts

Arab Academy of Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport representatives meet with Marywood representatives; from left to right: Dr. Chris Speicher; Dr. David Kang; Dr. Aiman Ragab; Sister Mary Persico, IHM; Dr. Mohamed Ragheb, and Dr. Christina Clark.

Marywood University, Scranton, Pa., recently signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with two international educational institutions, Arab Academy of Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport (AASTMT), Egypt, and the Seoul Institute of the Arts (SIA), Ansan, South Korea.

An international delegation from AASTMT visited Marywood’s campus in early March, including Prof. Aiman Regab, Dean of AASTMT’s Graduate School of Business, and Prof. Mohamed Ragheb, AASTMT’s Dean of International Collaboration, who signed the memorandum of understanding with Sister Mary Persico, IHM, Marywood President, Dr. Christina Clark, Provost. During their campus visit, several meetings were held to discuss academic cooperation and academic program development (especially for master’s and doctoral business administration programs, as well as other student exchange programs) between AASTMT and Marywood University.

In addition, a recent Zoom meeting featured a virtual MOU signing ceremony with the Seoul Institute of the Arts (Ansan, South Korea). The SIA is one of the top institutions in Asia in the fields of film, arts, performing arts, theater, broadcasting, applied music, and more. Many world-class film producers, actors, actresses, and singers have graduated from the SIA