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San Diego State University played host to a meeting organized by the Deputy Sector Navigator for Global Trade & Logistics (DSNGTL) for its Knowledge Community of International Business Programs in Region 10.

The focus of the meeting was to discuss issues transfer students from the international business programs at community colleges face once they get to the university level and how to help them have a more successful academic experience. After a brief introduction by Mark Ballam, Managing Director of SDSU's Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER), DSNGTL, Victor Castillo, opened the dialogue with discussion points centered around student success and retention.

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