Skip to main content

College News

Danish students to make presentations on their homeland during public event

Danish students to make presentations on their homeland during public event

NORFOLK, NE – Northeast Community College is currently hosting Danish college students as part of a student exchange program. The students were to take part in classes and other activities upon their arrival at Northeast on Tuesday, March 12, but unfortunately Mother Nature changed their plans.

“Due to the cancellation of classes this past Thursday and Friday, the thirty students from College 360 in Silkeborg, Denmark, have not had many opportunities to experience our instructional practices and interact with students in those classes,” said Pam Saalfeld, director of the center for global engagement at Northeast. “As a result, we have revised the College 360 students’ plans so that they can attend classes today.”

Saalfeld said a program where the College 360 students will make presentations comparing and contrasting instructional styles between Denmark and the United States will be held this evening in the Cox Activities Center Theatre on the Northeast campus in Norfolk beginning at 7 p.m.  

The event is open to the public.

 

--###--