In March of every year, UCLinks hosts and International Conference which enables university students, community partners, and researchers to get together, exchange ideas, and plan future activities. The University of Augsburg students invited to speak at the University-Community Links 2020 International Conference are as follows (in alphabetical order):
Omar Ali: An Erasmus student from Ghana, Omar has studied in Italy, Germany, and Malta. He is especially interested in Business, Economics, international travel, and helping Ghanian youth stay in school.
Silia Natalia Aguilar Blancio: Born in Ecuador, Silia is currently a Masters Student at the University of Augsburg’s American Studies program. She is exploring language learning through art, has worked with homeless women in the Bronx, USA, and is especially interested in dismantleing racism and sexism.
Joseph Djardo: An Erasmus Student from Ghana, Joseph has studied in Italy and Germany. He is especially interested in economics, the global economy, social entreprenuership, and multimodality.
Isaac Gyan: An Erasmus Student from Ghana, Isaac has studied in Italy, Germany, and Malta and is especially interested in Economics and Social Entrepreneurship.
Cosmos Ofori: An Erasmus student from Ghana, Cosmos has studied in Italy and Germany. He is especially interested in Economics, Social Entrepreneurship, Solar Energy and combatting racism.
Carmen Palmieri: An Erasmus Student from Italy, Carmen has also studied in Germany and is currently finishing up her Masters in Finance.
Michela Santiangeli: An Erasmus Student from Italy, Michela has studied in England and Germany. She is interested in Law and would love to travel to California.
Anastasiya Tsaregrodtseva: Our musically gifted Site Coordinator at 5D-Augsburg, Anastasiya is originally from the Ukraine and is currently enrolled in the American Studies Masters program at the University of Augsburg.
Andreina Varone: An Erasmus Student from Italy, Andreina has also studied in Germany. She is especially interested in Linguistics and Cultural Mediation and will be deciding on a Masters Program in October.