Visiting Fulbright Scholar from Macedonia: Dr. Irina Petrovska

Visiting Fulbright Scholar from Macedonia

On December 7th and 8th of 2010, UNE welcomed visiting Fulbright Scholar Dr. Irina Petrovska of the University of St. Kliment Ohridski in Bitola, Macedonia. Dr. Petrovska delighted students, faculty and administrators with dazzling photographs and videos of her homeland, as well as fascinating information while presenting three special lectures on Intercultural Communication in Hospitality & Tourism, the Country and Culture of Macedonia and the Macedonian Higher Education System.

Scroll down to view Dr. Petrovska´s videos, presentations and documents. 

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Biography of Dr. Petrovska

Agenda of Activities at UNE


Video Coverage of Presentation:  Intercultural Communication in Hospitality & Tourism:

More video coverage of Dr. Petrovska’s presentations at UNE:

Inter-Cultural Communication: Q&A

Macedonian History & Culture Part 1

Macedonian History & Culture Part 2

Macedonian History & Culture Part 3

Macedonian History & Culture Part 4

Macedonian History & Culture Part 5

Macedonian History & Culture Part 6


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Universidad del Este is the youngest institution in the Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS),with its creation resting on the historical and educational prestige of Puerto Rico Junior College — the first institution on the island to offer Associate Degree programs (1949).
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One Response to Visiting Fulbright Scholar from Macedonia: Dr. Irina Petrovska

  1. Macedonie says:

    Very nice presentations! I really enjoyed it, keep up the goodwork! 🙂

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