Winona State University will host a delegation from partner university Hebei Foreign Studies University Oct. 13-16.
The delegation includes Sun Jianzhong, Chairman of the Board/ President of Hebei Foreign Studies University; Xi Wei, Vice Chairman of the Board/ Vice President for Teaching Affairs; Wei Zhen, Vice President for International Affairs/ Professor in English Language and Literature; Chen Wei, Dean of International Office; Zuo Lihua, Professor in English Language; and Chen Yanhong, Vice President for Student Management.
The HFSU delegation will tour the Winona campus, meet with WSU faculty and administrators, meet with Winona Mayor Mark Peterson, and take a tour on WSU’s Cal Fremling floating classroom.
Hebei Foreign Studies University is a private comprehensive university, founded in 1998, accredited by the Chinese Ministry of Education. The campus is situated in Shijiazhuang, the capital city of Hebei Province. It serves approximately 9,000 students and offers 72 academic majors in 13 Colleges. Approximately 61 international faculty members teach at HFSU in addition to Chinese faculty. HFSU has exchange programs with over 60 foreign universities from 40 countries, including USA, Russia, Japan, Ukraine, and South Korea.
WSU has been an HFSU partner since 2013. The partnership supports student and faculty exchange between the two institutions. In addition to this relationship, WSU has agreements with institutions elsewhere in China, as well as in Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Australia, Argentina, and other locations around the world.
For more information, email Carolyn O’Grady, Assistant Vice President for International Programs and Services, at email@example.com.