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    University Hosts Nathan Visiting Scholar Lecture

    The University of Scranton hosted the fifth annual Jay Nathan, Ph.D., Visiting Scholar Lecture Series recently on campus. The lecture examined “The Rise of Romania: History. Culture. Economy.” From left: Dr. Nathan; lulia Huiu, cultural attache’ to the Ambassador; guest speaker George Cristian Maior, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to the United States; Eugeniu Grigorescu, director of the University’s Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence; and guest speaker Remus Ioan Stefureac, Ph.D.
    June 11, 2018
    The University of Scranton hosted the fifth annual Jay Nathan, Ph.D., Visiting Scholar Lecture Series recently on campus.

    George Cristian Maior, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to the United States, joined Dr. Nathan for the panel discussion, “The Rise of Romania: History. Culture. Economy.” A performance of traditional Romanian music and dance and a reception followed the discussion.

    The event was made possible through the generosity of Dr. Nathan, a former professor in Scranton’s Kania School of Management who is now a tenured professor of management at St. John’s University in Queens, New York.

    The Jay Nathan, Ph.D., Visiting Scholar Lecture Series invites international scholars from emerging democracies and countries in political and economic transition to visit the University to address issues that will enlighten and benefit students, faculty and the community at large. While visiting the campus, scholars deliver presentations on topics of interest to the academic community and meet informally with attendees, students and faculty.
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