Singapore and Indonesia - CL Max Nikias | President

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Singapore and Indonesia - CL Max Nikias | President
USC Delegation Visits Singapore and Indonesia
In February, USC President C. L. Max Nikias led a delegation
to Singapore and Indonesia, strengthening the university’s ties with
top educational institutions in both countries and reconnecting with
its strong base of alumni, parents, and high schools in the region. The
USC delegation, pictured above at Singapore’s National University
Health System, consisted of (left to right): Elizabeth Daley, dean,
USC School of Cinematic Arts; Scott Fraser, Provost Professor of
biological sciences and biomedical engineering; James Ellis, dean,
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1, 2 Alumni in
Singapore mingle
with USC leadership,
including Dean Ellis;
Mrs. Nikias; and
President Nikias at a
special reception.
(Photos by Stan Ngo)
USC Marshall School of Business; Dana Dornsife; David Dornsife,
USC trustee; John Wong, chief executive of the National University
Health System (with whom the USC delegation met); C. L. Max
Nikias, USC president; Niki C. Nikias; Carmen Puliafito, dean, Keck
School of Medicine of USC; Yannis Yortsos, dean, USC Viterbi
School of Engineering; Alan Casden, USC trustee; Steve Kay, dean,
USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences; and Anthony
Bailey, vice provost for global initiatives.
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3 President Nikias meets with Tan Chorh Chuan, president of National
University of Singapore, to sign a memorandum of understanding.
The pact bolsters the relationship between USC and one of the top
educational institutions in Southeast Asia, and advances opportunities
for collaborative research.
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4 The USC delegation
poses with the faculty
and administration of
Universitas Indonesia.
President Nikias
delivered an address
centered on the guiding
principles of online
education to the leaders
of the Jakarta-based
institution, which is in
the process of expanding
its framework for online
learning.
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5 USC parent Mari
Pangestu, Indonesia’s
minister of Tourism
and Creative Economy,
delivers remarks at our
USC alumni reception in
Jakarta.
6 President Nikias
receives a special gift
displaying the emblem
of Universitas Indonesia
from its rector,
Muhammad Anis.
7 Harun Hajadi, advisory
board member of the
USC Alumni Club of
Indonesia; Alan Casden;
Husodo Angkosubroto,
former chairman of the
USC Alumni Club of
Indonesia; and President
Nikias in Jakarta.
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