Many nations, one ‘big family’

Fulbright scholars learn about more than language Tiffany Krause | Collegio Reporter Ilnur Khuzin says when he came to Pittsburg State University, the thing that most surprised him was the laid-back educational environment. He says living in the United States has been a big adjustment. Khuzin, a Fulbright scholar, says he is surprised that students are able to dress however they want when they to go to class because, in Russia, the universities have a dress code. “It is also acceptable for students to have food in class,” Khuzin said. “It’s not that way in Russia.” Khuzin has made enormous strides in his teaching career by applying and being accepted into the Fulbright program. He…