Anderson University and Ludong University, China, Enter Cooperative Agreement
Administrators from Ludong University, China, visited the AU campus on Friday, June 20, to enter into an agreement between the two universities that will result in a wide variety of cultural and academic exchanges in coming years.
Ludong University’s President Qingshan Li (right) shows President Evans Whitaker (middle) the gift he brought from China. Xiangyang Zhang (left), deputy chief of foreign experts section at Ludong University, served as the translator during the visit.
According to AU President Evans Whitaker, the University enjoyed welcoming Ludong University and discussing the opportunities the agreement will bring for faculty and staff. “Having visited Ludong University two years ago, we were excited to welcome their president and visiting team to our campus this summer,” said President Whitaker. “Our discussions included how our two institutions can work together to create student and faculty exchanges and facilitate greater understanding and cooperation.”
The group arrived on Friday afternoon to meet with University representatives to discuss ways that this agreement will be mutually beneficial. The Ludong University officials toured the AU campus as well as points of interest in the Anderson area before departing on Saturday morning.