Stephanie and Keng We: Their stories
One in a series of International Week videos
May 15, 2008
From staff reports
Ohio University is proud to celebrate its global community, comprising students, faculty and staff from more than 100 countries. In keeping with the spirit embodied in the theme of International Week 2008, "Your World, Your Story," Outlook invited members from our community to interview one another about their personal experiences here and abroad and a little bit about what makes Ohio University a place they can call home.
Stephanie Miller is a senior studying communications management with a corollary in business and a certificate in East Asian studies. A native of West Salem, Ohio, she completed a six-month study abroad program in Newcastle, Australia, and was so moved by the international experience that she opted to also participate in the university's inaugural two-month excursion to Beijing, China.
Keng We Koh is director of the Shao Overseas Chinese Center at Ohio University's Vernon R. Alden Library. Koh, who was born and raised in Singapore, conducts research involving cultural aspects of Southeast Asia, including migration, colonialism, religion and business history.
View a full transcript of their conversation.
See a full schedule for International Week, which runs through Saturday.
International Week: http://www.ohiou.edu/internationalweek/
Haley and the Coetzee twins: Their stories: http://www.ohio.edu/outlook/07-08/May/526.cfm
Published: May 15, 2008 10:20 AM