Iwas invited to give a lecture at SLU the first time in 1996 when I was afaculty member at Indiana University, Bloomington. Since then, I have seen SLU’s growing from a domestic college to an international university. Now Iconsider SFU one of the best in the same league in internationalization bylooking at the quantity and quality of international students on campus. Thisremarkable development in my view was due to a collective effort of thefaculty, students and administration under exceptional leadership. Inparticularly, I praise the strategies and efforts taken by the International Office. Upon their invitations, I had a great pleasure to offer thecourse “Innovation and Entrepreneurship” in the past three years for theirinternational students from all over the world. I also had the opportunity toshare my experience in international teaching and research with their facultymembers. Above all, I had the honor to exchange my personal views of universityinnovation, leadership and internationalization with SFU’s top administration.The exchanges with SLU make me truly believe that SLU is embracing a brightfuture in internationalization. I look forward to the opportunity of takingpart in their future again.
—— Chinese Culture University, Taiwan
-- Distinguished Professor, Feng-Kwei Wang