YPSILANTI -- A delegation from Shanghai Institute of Technology (SIT) in Shanghai, China, visited Eastern Michigan University on Oct 8, 2018. The purpose was to explore future institutional exchanges of students and academic collaborations and is the latest University effort to expand international relationships and international student enrollment.
Facilitated by Dr. Qin Hu, coordinator of the newly created Electrical and Computer Engineering program at Eastern Michigan, the delegation met faculty and administrators including Dr. Mohamad Qatu, the Dean of the College of Technology (COT), Dr. Jonathon Lin (program coordinator of Computer Engineering Technology) and Professor Moderick Greenfield (program coordinator of Electronic Engineering Technology).
The SIT delegation included of Dr. Ping Qian (Dean of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering), Dr. Wei Lin (Chair of Electronic Information Engineering), Dr. Lijuan Zhang (Associate Professor) and Ning Yang (Secretary of Foreign Affairs).
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