The Postsecondary Education Network International, known as PEN-International, is an international partnership of colleges and universities serving the higher education of students with hearing impairment.
PEN-International was founded with support from the Nippon Foundation in 2001 by two schools which have since been joined by three additional schools.
- Lead schools
- United States: Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), in Rochester, New York.
- Japan: Tsukuba University of Technology (TUT), formerly Tsukuba College of Technology (TCT), Division for the Hearing Impaired, in Tsukuba.
- Partner schools
- China: Tianjin University of Technology, Tianjin Technical College for the Deaf, in Tianjin.
- Russia: Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Center on Deafness, in Moscow.
- Philippines: De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde, School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies, in Malate, Manila.
- A history of PEN-International by the Nippon Foundation.
- The founding of PEN-International, RIT University News Services, February 22, 2001.
- History of the Tsukuba University of Technology Division for the Hearing Impaired from 1976.
- February 2004 Artist in residence Taiko Drumming program at NTID in Rochester, sponsored by PEN-International with support from the San Francisco Taiko Dojo and Project Insight.
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