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Guests from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Visit HITWH
Author: 佚名 | release date: 2017-07-28 |click rate: 59

June 20, 2017 | Reported by Tan Xuanyue | Translated by Ding Yue | Edited by She Jiajie

On the morning of June 19, Prof. Xu Xiaofei, Vice President of HIT and President of HIT, Weihai, met with Ms. Colleen Marchwick, Interim Lead of Center for International Education of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (UWEC), and Ms. Shu C. Cheng, Chinese Programs Manager of Center for International Education. Two sides warmly discussed about joint student-cultivation program. Also present were Dr. Han Xixian, Assistant Dean of the School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, and Dr. Zhong Bo, Assistant Dean of the School of Materials Science and Engineering.

President Xu Xiaofei introduced the history of HIT and HIT, Weihai. Combining the development feature of “1-2-3-3he introduced HIT, Weihai’s main actions and major achievements in discipline construction, scientific research, student cultivation in innovation and entrepreneurship and also, international education. He said that the “2+2” joint education program in computer science and materials science was the first step for the two sides, and he hoped that the two sides could carry out various forms of cooperation in more fields in the future, furthering the links between the two universities.

Ms. Marchwick introduced the history and current development of UWEC. She said that UWEC was known as the most beautiful campus in Wisconsin and it had many similarities with HIT, Weihai in student scale and campus environment, etc. She hoped two sides could promote understanding and communication through this cooperation and establish further cooperation relationships in student cultivation, scientific research, mutual visits, etc.

Two sides also carried out further communication in student exchanges in winter and summer holidays, student curriculum and other issues. During the visit, Ms. Marchwick and Ms. Cheng also visited Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Base and University History Museum.