GLOBAL UNCG: South Korea’s Hyelim Shin Relishes UNCG for Education and Opportunity
Published January 21, 2016
Author: UNCG Now
International student Hyelim “Heather” Shin shares her story about leaving Wonju, South Korea, to pursue a degree in psychology at UNCG. She said the assistance from faculty makes a huge impact on the lives of students and she wants to establish the same environment in her home country.
Videography by University Relations Video
During the nine-week summer session at INTERLINK at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), students had the opportunity to participate in a number of INTERLINK-led activities…
UNCG Summer 2014 Welcome Reception
On Thursday, May 29, INTERLINK at UNCG hosted a welcome reception for new and returning students. The reception took place from 2:00-3:00 pm in the Virginia Dare Room of the Alumni House on campus. To encourage meaningful interaction, the 26 new students were given a handout with instructions to interview at least three returning students (from different countries) about their experiences at INTERLINK. Questions included: “What do you like the most about INTERLINK?” “What advice do you have for learning English?” “What is one fun fact about your country?” and “What is one thing international students should know about U.S. culture?” Students had a great time with the interactive activity, after which they enjoyed pizzas and soft drinks.