SUZA, Virginia Tech aim to forge stronger ties

The State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA had broad discussions aimed at establishing relationship between them in specified academic areas.

The Virginia Tech delegation led by Ms. Theresa Johansson, Director of Global Education and Ms. Rachel Fitzgerald, Assistant Director for Program Management met Dr. Zakia Mohamed Abubakar, the SUZA Deputy Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance at Tunguu Campus on  14th June, 2017. During their meeting they exchanged ideas on a variety of issues related to their universities.

The delegation pledged to work on the discussed matters and give feedback to their host.

Dr. Zakia Mohamed Abubakar (right), the SUZA Deputy Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance in discussion with the delegation fron Virginia Tech, USA – Ms. Theresa Johansson (centre), Director of Global Education and Ms. Rachel Fitzgerald, Assistant Director for Program Management.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, popularly known as Virginia Tech was established in 1872 and it has evolved into a comprehensive university of national and international prominence. The University produces world-class scholarship in a challenging academic environment.