Woxsen University, in addition to its established International Advisory Board and the various modalities of professorship engagements at the global level, has now set a new vertical to engage the student community and absorb the best practices from the key stakeholders in an academic environment – The students and lifelong learners – in addition to a growing set of initiatives and operating centers.
Woxsen University announces the establishment of International Student Advisory Board (ISAB), consisting of students from Woxsen University and nominated students from Woxsen’s partner varsities such as Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Universidad Externado de Colombia (Colombia), Pontifical Catholic University of Parana (Brazil), HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany), Al Akhawayn University (Morocco).
ISAB is set to discuss international best practices, organise joint events for a global student community, develop joint initiatives decided by the board, voice student’s opinions, give exposure to a vast international network of university candidates.
Additionally, Woxsen University has embraced multiculturalism by bringing onboard individuals engaged in diplomatic activities within India and across the globe through the newly formed ‘Diplomats’ Club’, that serves as a diplomatic advisory board, inaugurated with the first episode of ‘The House of Diplomats.’ Trending topics of interest are discussed from a geo-political standpoint through this club. The House of Diplomats is complemented by another brand-new talk show termed ‘India 2047’, where the progress of country and the key pressing areas to be addressed are discussed by individuals occupying positions of strategic importance.
In the same pioneering spirit, Woxsen University continues to elevate the status quo of quality delivery by global academicians with guest lectures from Dr. Mohanbir Sawhney, Kellog School of Management (USA); Dr. Prasad Padmanabhan, St. Mary’s University (USA); Dr. Szucs Krisztián, Dr. Tamas Sebestyen and Dr Zsolt Bedo, University of Pécs (Hungary); Dr. Peter Bamberger, Tel Aviv University (Israel); Dr. Jean-Luc Boulnois, Babson College (USA); Dr. Carlos Scheel, Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico); Dr. Pontus Wärnestål, Hamlstad University (Sweden), among others.
The collaboration with global scholars is further pursued in the area of high quality research with case study publication and articles released in ABDC-A, SCI and IEEE indexed journals.