Sosa notes that in "Global Environment of Business" (BUS 230), a course that both Sosa and Csige teach, the role of the U.N. is discussed from the perspective of economic development and political systems. "Students who took that course recognized many of the terms used by our tour guide," she said.
Following the tour, the group's "international" experience continued as students enjoyed authentic Korean food at a nearby restaurant.
Sosa says that while this was the club's first trip, there are likely to be more in the future. "It was a great learning experience for all who participated and a reminder that our proximity to New York City is a real resource for expanding our students' understanding of the world. We hope to return to New York in the coming year to tour the Federal Reserve."
Sosa is co-advisor of the Global Trade and Finance Club with Business faculty member Ken Horowitz.
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