ITU Lincoln Corner to bring Pakistani and American culture together

ITU Lincoln Corner Lahore

Information Technology University (ITU) in partnership with the U.S. Consulate General Lahore has established the first Lincoln Corner in Lahore. Inaugurated by Chief Minister Punjab, Shehbaz Sharif yesterday, the project aims at providing information about the United States under one roof.

The Lincoln Corner is a platform which will provide information about the United States, English language learning, Education USA, cultural programs and alumni activities. Dr. Umar Saif on its inauguration expressed that this project will bring people with different views and perspectives together.

US Consul General in Lahore Yuri Fedkiw also addressed the ceremony;

Including the one in Lahore, there are currently 19 Lincoln Corners open across Pakistan with another under development in Quetta. Lincoln Corner is said to provide the latest information about the United States and a platform where Americans and Pakistanis can engage on U.S. policy, society, and values.

Also, visitors can access free wifi and reliable information about the US  through books, magazines, videos, databases, and programs that will be open to the general public. The CM Punjab, during his address also commended this effort;

ITU already offers Executive MBA in Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship (EMBITE) and this new program will likely foster the entrepreneurship and IT culture in the university.

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