TANGIER, Morocco (NEWS CENTER) -- The University of New England will inaugurate its newest campus in Tangier, Morocco, on April 22 – the only American higher education institution in this North African country. UNE welcomed its first students to the Tangier campus on January 10th, 2014. The new campus reflects UNE's commitment to advance the internationalization of higher education and create truly global citizens.
Attendees include: Recently appointed US Ambassador to Morocco Dwight L. Bush, Sr., Governor Paul LePage, Senior Education Policy Advisor Tom Desjardins, UNE President Danielle Ripich, UNE Provost Jim Koelbl, UNE Vice President of Global Affairs Anouar Majid, UNE Board of Trustees Chairman Mark Doiron, Governor of Tangier Mohammed Yaakoubi, American School of Tangier Board Chairman Larry Kardon, and UNE students, faculty, staff and friends.
For more info, visit http://www.une.edu/ and http://www.une.edu/news/2014/inaugurationmorocco.cfm