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On Friday, October 04, 2013 students from the Niigata College of Art and Design (NCAD) in Japan visited the campus of Palau Community College (PCC). The students of NCAD were accompanied by two instructors and a translator. They met with Dr. Patrick U. Tellei, Dean of Students Sherman Daniel, the Associated Students of Palau Community College (ASPCC) President Kornelia Thomas, and members of the ASPCC Student Senate.
Established in 1977, NCAD was the first education institute to provide art and design courses in the Japan Sea side area. Since its establishment, NCAD has graduated over 6,000 students in the fields of mass communication and design. Courses offered at NCAD include photography, graphic design, interior design, and goods/jewelry design.
An exchange forum was held at the PCC Conference Room between the NCAD students and the PCC student representatives. After PCC President Dr. Tellei provided a brief overview about the history of PCC and its programs, the students then introduced themselves before asking questions about each other’s schools.
After meeting, the ASPCC Officers guided the guests on a PCC Campus tour. The ASPCC Officers were able to provide student perspectives on the everyday atmosphere of PCC. Exchanges between PCC students and students from other schools promote a cultural understanding beneficial to the growth of diversity in PCC.
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