SWUPL and CSU signs Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation
The signing ceremony of the memorandum of understanding on cooperation between Zhao Wanyi, Dean of the School of Civil and Commercial Law and Craig•Boise Dean of the School of Law of CSU. (Source:Deng Zhiqiang)
On November 4th, Zhu Jianping Executive Vice Dean of Cleveland State University and his party visited SWUPL. Dean of the School of Civil and Commercial Law Zhao Wanyi and Dean of the School of Law of CSU Craig•Boise signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation, which marked the formal establishment of intercollegiate cooperation about students exchange and academic research jointly.
The symposium was held in the third meetings rooms of Qinye Building. Deputies of each party attended the meeting, including Dean of the School of Civil and Commercial Law Zhao Wanyi, Executive Vice Dean of CSU, Zhu Jianping, Dean of the School of Law of CSU, Craig•Boise and Dean of the School of Music, Zhang Anlin, etc. This meeting was hosted by Guo Meisong, Director of the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange. Zhao Wanyi gave a speech after Director Guo introduced guests present. Dean Zhao gave Zhu Jianping and his party a warm welcome, and he introduced the history and situation of SWUPL, especially personnel training and foreign cooperation. He wished that two sides could strengthen their cooperation and exchange further to enable more students benefit from it, starting from this Memorandum.
Executive Vice Dean Zhu introduced the basic situation of CSU. He said that this cooperation was a wonderful beginning of cooperation between two sides, and he hoped that they would cooperate better in the future. Later, Dean of the School of Law of CSU, Craig•Boyce introduced the achievements and position of school of law. And he said that he learned the position of SWUPL, so he would be glad to cooperate further.
Finally, Director of the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange, Guo Meisong hoped students of CSU would come to SWUPL to study, so that students and teachers from each school could have mutual communications.
Source: SWUPL News