On Thursday, March 1, 2018, Mr. Mato Franković, Mayor of Dubrovnik who is also RIT Alumnus, will be visiting the Rochester campus of RIT, as a part of his official US visit. He will be holding a presentation at the Rochester campus at 2:00 PM (8:00 PM Croatian time), on the topic of „Challenges Facing Dubrovnik Tourism", where he will discuss the challenges that Dubrovnik faces as a result of summer tourism and the city’s plans to address the issues. This event will be co-hosted by the Office of International Education and Global Programs and RIT’s College of Applied Science & Technology, Hospitality and Tourism Management.
The presentation will be livestreamed off RIT's website on the following link: https://www.rit.edu/global/
You are welcomed to tune in!
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