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Becker College President Traveled With Gov. Patrick Overseas

Thursday, September 25, 2014

 

President of Becker College, Robert E. Johnson, Ph.D., joined Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick on his recent overseas trip.

The trip included stops in Denmark, France and the United Kingdom.

“Becker College was honored to be part of Governor Patrick’s overseas trip,” said Dr. Johnson. “This invitation is a testament of the overall excellence of the College’s academic programs and our mission of preparing graduates to contribute to a global society. It is also demonstrative of the value and success of Becker’s game design program and the Mass Digital Games Institute (MassDiGI), not only in our immediate community, but also as nationally recognized entities that can influence the industry on an international level.”

Timothy Loew, executive director of MassDiGI, and Monty Sharma, managing director of MassDiGI, also joined Dr. Johnson and Gov. Patrick as part of the 34-member delegation.

“This mission is a tremendous opportunity for us to cultivate new relationships and strengthen existing ones with key global growth centers in Europe to compete for jobs and position Massachusetts as the prime destination for business growth,” Patrick said in a statement released by his office prior to the trip.

 

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