Chinese university delegation visits Queen's
A delegation from Jilin University, a leading national university in northeastern China, visited Queen’s this week to strengthen ties between the two schools. Senior representatives from Jilin met with Queen’s officials to discuss several collaborations between the institutions, including exchange, short-term visits by Queen’s students to Jilin, and other academic and research initiatives.
In the photo: (top row) Yan Shen, Division of International Relations (Jilin) and Duncan Hunter (Community Health and Epidemiology); (third row) Grant Amyot (Political Studies), Liu Ya, Deputy Dean, Graduate School (Jilin), and Angela James, Director, Centre for International Management, Queen’s School of Business; (second row) Li Junjiang, Dean, College of Economics (Jilin), Jim Lee, Queen’s Vice-Provost (International), and Zhao Ji, Executive Vice President, Jilin University; (first row) Li Juan, School of Public Health (Jilin), Ma Shuyan, Head of Teaching Methodology Office (Jilin), Brenda Brouwer, Queen’s Vice-Provost and Dean, School of Graduate Studies, and Li Meihua, Deputy Director, Division of International Relations (Jilin).
The Jilin delegation also met with Steven Liss, Vice-Principal (Research); Bruce Anderson, Associate Head, Department of Civil Engineering; and Jenny Corlett, Manager, International Programs Office.