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Seven Visiting Scholars from Nazareth Partner Schools in China

Published February 26, 2019

Nazareth is happy to play host to a group of seven visiting scholars from Nazareth’s overseas partner schools in China.

The scholars are pictured left to right. Some of them are adopting English names while they are here:

  • Ms. Wen ZHOU (“Sandra”), professor of English/linguistics from Ningbo Institute of Technology
  • Ms. Jing WANG (“Brittany”), professor of health from Xinhua College of Sun Yat-sen University

  • Ms. Cuiyan LAN(“Sarah”), professor of English teaching from Xinhua College of Sun Yatsen University

  • Associate VP for Academic Affairs Lisa Durant Jones and VP for Academic Affairs Andrea Talentino in center of photo
  • Mr. Daowu LIU, professor of English language/linguistics from Anqing Normal University
  • Ms. Hong WANG, professor of economics and management from Anqing Normal University
  • Ms. Zhihui MAO (“Sophia”), professor of English/linguistics from Ningbo University
  • Ms. Yifang ZHANG, professor of economics and management from Anqing Normal Unversity

As part of the agreement with Nazareth’s partner schools, the visiting scholars would like to get themselves familiarized with Nazareth academic community exploring opportunities for future collaboration through classroom observation as well as discussions with Nazareth colleagues who might be interested in overseas opportunities as well. The scholars will be here through the end of May.

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