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The Jindal School of Liberal Arts & Humanities (JSLH) of JGU is in the process of developing strategic and substantive collaborations with Rollins College, Florida in the USA with a view to offering a unique Double Degree programme that will lead to the awarding of two degrees, one from India and the other from the USA. This double degree programme is in the process of being finalised with regard to its curriculum, course structure, credit framework, teaching pedagogy, admissions process and assessment. The double degree programme will be launched soon.
The decision to increase substantial collaborative efforts were reached in principle during the visit of the Vice-Chancellor Professor Raj Kumar to Rollins College, between January 7-9, 2013. During this visit, he met Dr. Lewis Duncan, the President of Rollins College who facilitated meetings with several faculty and deans of various departments. The interactions were held with Dr. Carol M. Bresnahan, Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost; Dr. Debra K. Wellman, Dean, College of Professional Studies; Dr. Craig McAllaster, Professor & Dean, Crummer Graduate School of Management; Dr. Robert Smither, Professor & Dean, College of Arts & Sciences; Dr. Tom Lairson, Professor of Political Science and International Business, Department of Political Science and Department of International Business; Dr. Ilan Avon, Cornell Professor of International Business & Director of the China and India Centre & Asia Programs Visiting Scholar, Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School; Dr. Yudit Kornberg Greenberg, George D. and Harriet W. Cornell Professor of Religious Studies & Director of Jewish Studies Program; Dr. Donald P. Rogers, Professor of International Business & Director, Master’s in Human Resources; Dr. Scott Hewitt, Associate Professor of Education; Dr. Marc J. Sardy, Associate Professor of Finance and International Business, Department of International Business; Dr. Jonathan R. Walz, Assistant Professor & Coordinator, Archaeology Program; Dr. Tonia L. Warnecke, Assistant Professor of International Business and Economics, Office of International Business; Dr. Luis Martinez, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, & Member, India Centre; Dr. Emmanuel Kodzi, Assistant Professor of International Business, Department of International Business; Dr. Marc Fetscherin, Associate Professor of International Business & Marketing & Cornell Distinguished Faculty, Office of International Business; Dr. Dan Chong, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science; and Dr. Susan A. Bach, Executive Director, Center for Leadership Development, Crummer Graduate School of Business.
The deep engagement with Rollins College continued with Dr. Carol M. Bresnahan, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Rollins College participating in the “The Future of Indian Universities: Comparative Perspectives on Higher Education Reforms” on March 21-23, 2013 which was inaugurated by the President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee. These visits have led up to the conference to be held on May 3-4, 2013, where ten faculty members from Rollins College visited JGU to participate in a faculty seminar and, more importantly, participate in the curriculum development workshop where a detailed programme for the Liberal Arts Programme will be finalised.
We at JSLH strongly encourage our students to study and experience student life abroad. Such experiences play a crucial part in students’ holistic development. They open new study and career opportunities, and allow students to gain exposure to new cultures, ideas and perspectives. This is why JSLH has developed a wide range of partnerships with world-class universities.
Students have the choice between different kinds of programmes:
JSLH students also have a unique opportunity to opt for a four-year dual degree programme, either with Rollins College, one of the top liberal arts college in the United States, or with Deakin University, one of Australia’s leading universities.
JSLH further hosts international students as part of our exchange programmes. They too play an important part in enriching our University’s academic and cultural environment.
Our International Partners