Education Without Borders

Dubai, United Arab Emirates  
In March 2013, Danielle traveled to the United Arab Emirates to present at the 2013 Education without Borders Conference. Her paper titled "Fostering the Global Citizen: The Importance of Campus-wide International Programming" was one of 30 top papers selected for presentation and receipt of a full scholarship for travel and conference fees. The paper discussed the need for global perspectives on university campuses and highlighted the University of South Florida's USF World. The full presentation can also be viewed here.

More information about the Education without Borders Conference can be found here

Danielle presenting to conference members

Danielle and Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Dr. Martin Chalfie, creator of green fluorescent protein (GFP) 

Fostering the Global Citizen: Importance of Campus-wide International Programming

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi, UAE

Danielle and Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, Dr. Barry Marshall (discovered link between H.pyloir and gastric ulcers) and Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Dr. Yuan Tseh Lee (contributed greater understanding to the dynamics of chemical elementary processes)