Professor Rehn Teaches in Romania

Over the week of May 9-13, Assistant Professor Chris Rehn taught Introduction to Commercial Law at one of Romania’s most prestigious institutions. Emanuel University and Seminary, founded by clinical psychologist and pastor Dr. Paul Negrut, is located in the capital city of Oradea on the Hungarian border. The wealthiest area in Romania, Oradea boasts enchanting castles, cathedrals, palaces and a river running through the heart of the city.

Professor Rehn commented that his favorite part of the trip was not Oradea’s natural beauty but rather Emmanuel’s students. “These students are really excellent and engaged,” Rehn said. “They study in both Romanian and English - they’re quite impressive.” Although Rehn’s course is rigorous, students were able to absorb the semester-long class in one week and complete an exam the last day of classes.

When not teaching, Rehn and Franco Gandolfi, visiting professor from Regent's School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, were escorted throughout the city, visiting universities and meeting and consulting with business owners.

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- By Abbi Phillips

(Photo features Franco Gandolfi, Dr. Paul Negrut, and Chris Rehn from left to right)

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