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DDOSC partners with Wilkes University for virtual learning session

In its continued push towards expanding its footprints in the international arena, Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship students from the Davao de Oro State College (DDOSC) participated in a collaborative virtual class with their peers from Wilkes University (WU) from Pennsylvania, USA, today.
This joint learning session, facilitated by the College’s International Affairs Unit under its Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) initiative, brought together DDOSC students and their WU counterparts for an engaging discussion on the topic of International Business and Trade.
Leading the discussion via Zoom were Ninio Manialag, an instructor from DDOSC, and Mona Pearl, a professor from WU, as the two institutions actively participated in the exchange, fostering cross-cultural understanding and knowledge sharing on international trade practices and strategies.
“This activity is a remarkable testament to DDOSC’s unwavering commitment to providing its students, faculty, and staff with valuable opportunities for international collaboration,” expressed Karesha Faith Cañetan, MAEd, Head of the International Affairs Unit. “Such initiatives broaden perspectives, enhance learning experiences, and prepare our graduates for success in the globalized business landscape.”
Furthermore, DDOSC President Dr. Christie Jean Villanueva-Ganiera, CESE, emphasized the significance of this partnership, stating that this engagement is an exciting beginning of a fruitful collaboration between DDOSC and Wilkes University.
Wilkes University, a renowned private institution in the United States, joins the growing network of DDOSC’s international partners. This virtual session signifies the College’s ongoing efforts to expand its global reach and provide its students with enriching international learning experiences. (DDOSC-PIU)