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Chairman of G-MEO Zhang Zhongjun visited UESTC

published: 2015-04-13 16:27:00       hits: 

On April 13, Chairman of G-MEO Zhang Zhongjun led his group to UESTC. Chairman of UESTC University Council Wang Zhiqiang and Vice President Xiong Caidong met the visitors on Qingshuihe campus.


Wang Zhiqiang extended a warm welcome and gave a brief introduction of our university to Dr. Zhang Zhongjun and his group. In recent years, the undertakings of UESTC are being pushing forward steadily under the guidance of three core strategies—“Talents Developing Strategy”, “Disciplines Expanding Strategy” and “Internationalization Strategy”. School of Energy Science an Engineering, School of Resources and Environment, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics and School of Medicine were set up. Internationalization of school-running has been also promoted in every discipline.


Dr. Zhang Zhongjun thought highly of the development strategies of our university. Meanwhile, he introduced the general situation of G-MEO. Combining his own experiences in the field of American higher education, Dr. Zhang shared his opinions and suggestions about talent cultivation. Dr. Zhang expressed that he was looking forward to making more contributions to Sino-American students’ exchange as well as the success of the summer camps in U.S. this year.


Xiong Caidong expressed gratitude to Dr. Zhang Zhongjun for his contributions to Sino-American universities’ cooperation. He said that our university would provide all support to enhance students’ exchange.


Both parties signed the agreement on summer and semester exchange and cooperation.


After the meeting, Dr Zhang Zhongjun and his group visited School of Management and Economics.



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Zhang Zhongjun: Chairman and CEO of G-MEO (U.S.), former President of NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, Co-Chairman of “The Committee of 100”, Special Adviser of President of Nanjing University, Chairman of International Advisory Board of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, former member of the Council on Foreign Relations in the U.S..