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October 26, 2007

Albany - - Some Albany State professors say their school should be a model for other universities both nationally and internationally.

They wrote a book about ASU and presented it at the school's Convocation this morning. 

It's called Internationalizing the Curriculum Across the Disciplines. Many professors at ASU come from different countries.

They hope by showcasing ASU's best practices, they can continue to attract students and teachers from around the world.

"What were trying to do is attract international students to our institution. So this project has been going on for about 7 years and this is the product of that effort," says Professor David Adewuyi. 

The professors were on hand to sign copies of their new book.

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