Whether you have always dreamed of wandering the vibrant streets of downtown Tokyo, the corridors of a quaint European village, or the warm, sandy beaches of Costa Rica, there are few better ways to truly experience a new country and culture than by living and working there.

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    IMG_4196.jpgRini Susanti Deddy from Universitas Muhammadiyah Palembang, a member of the Indonesian Delegation.

    In February, the College of Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE) welcomed the Association of Indonesian Higher Education Institutions: Indonesian Leadership Delegation to the California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) campus.

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    L to R: Allison Alexander, ICF; Luis Saenz, CSULB; Fran Beauman, NOCTI; Susan Gautsch, USC; Steve Lantz, CSULB; Tom O'Brien, CSULB; Mark Coppock, Texas A & M.

    In October, CCPE’s Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) was honored with the principal role in the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Southwest Regional Surface Transportation Workforce Center, Southwest TransWorks (SWTW), an eight-state consortium dedicated to providing a more strategic and efficient approach to transportation workforce development.

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    We're excited to announce our bi-annual College of Continuing and Professional Education NewsLink newsletter.

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    Rome, Italy. The Carabinieri Military Police Headquarters Fingerprint Laboratory

    Summer 2014 commenced the launch of Criminal Justice course CRJU 490/690: The Misuse and Abuse of Forensic Science Investigations. Dubbed CSI: Italy, the course took 12 students on a short-term study abroad adventure through Italy exploring CSI and forensic criminal investigations with a focus on the real life, controversial case of Amanda Knox.

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    Efat Alawi, Master of Arts in Education, option in Educational Technology and Media Leadership candidate.

    Over the past year, Efat Alawi has become an integral part of CCPE’s Technology Enhanced Learning Center (TELC). A Master of Arts in Education student focused on Educational Technology and Media Leadership, Alawi has been working to create dynamic PowerPoint slides for courses as part of CCPE’s course conversion project, taking traditional face-to-face courses and preparing them to go online.

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