On the morning of 20th March, a meeting between CCNU leaders and delegation from State University of New York at Oswego was held in Building One, School of International Culture and Exchange. Vice Chancellor Wang Enke and leaders from the School of Education, School of Information Technology for Education and the School of International Culture and Exchange received the delegation from State University of New York at Oswego (SUNY Oswego) led by Joshua McKeown, provost and Vice President of the school.
It is the second time that delegation of SUNY Oswego visit our school. Both sides signed the agreement of student exchange in 2014, according to which, at least 5 students from both sides would study at the other every year. And each year since 2014, faculty from SUNY Oswego, a partner university of CCNU, have visited to develop mutual educational objectives. Participants of the meeting retrospected the previous successful exchanges. McKeown expressed his strong determination of enhancing educational communication and cooperation about teachers training, student exchange and computer-aided design software and printing technologies, and then encouraged CCNU students to take online courses offered by the State University of New York.
Both sides had in-depth discussions about the cooperation programs and agreements on student exchange signed at the meeting. Afterwards, the delegation visited the History Museum and Engineering Center in CCNU.