On december 28, the delegation of Niagara University, consisting of Kevin G Creagh, Vice President of Niagara University, Lee Tenpao, Professor and Dean of College of Business Administration, and Dr. Qi-Ying Su, NU Chief Representative in China visited SLUAF, and was warmly received by Vice President Chen Jingying.
The two universities agreed to deepen the cooperation in student mobility, faculty training, joint research and etc. and signed the updated Academic Cooperation Agreement, Academic Articulation Agreement and Academic Articulation Agreement on 3+1 (BS) and 3+2 (BS+MBA) Programs.
Located in the beautiful Lewiston of Upstate New York, Niagara University has a long history of 160 years. As a well-known US private university recognized by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, it consists of a main campus in the U.S. and a campus in Canada, has four colleges (i.e., the college of liberal arts, the business college, the college of education and the college of tourism management), and is qualified to confer bachelor, master and Ph.D. degrees.
Since the establishment of partnership in 2014, the two universities have cooperated in student exchange program, master program, visiting scholar and many other aspects. Professor Lee Tenpao was offered tenure as a well-known foreign teacher of SLUAF.