Dean of Temple University Beasley School of Law Gregory N. Mandel Visited SWUPL with His Delegation

Author: Li Mengxuan Sourece: International Cooperation and Exchange Office

2018-11-30 12:25:00

At the scene of the symposium  (Source: Xia Jiabin)

Group photo  (Source: Xia Jiabin)

On the morning of November 5th, Dean of Temple University Beasley School of Law Professor Gregory N. Mandel, Associate Dean of School of Law Professor Rachel Rebouche, Director of the Asian Program Mr. John Smagula and Executive Director of the Chinese Program Ms. Sophia Wang visited SWUPL.

Vice President Yue Caishen met with the delegation. Head of International Cooperation and Exchange Office Guo Meisong hosted the symposium. Dean of School of International Law Zhang Xiaojun, Associate Dean Zhang Chunliang and the director of Division of the Student Exchange Programs of International Cooperation and Exchange Office attended the meeting.

At the symposium, Vice President Yue Caishen welcomed the delegation and made an introduction to SWUPL's international corporation and exchanges programs. Their discussion focused on concrete implementation schemes including student exchanges, the "3+1" program, the "2+1" program and the post-doctoral program.

Temple University, founded in 1884, is a comprehensive public university with a history of over 130 years based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is known as one of the most famous universities in Philadelphia. According to the 2016 Carnegie ranking of RU-VHR, Temple University was listed as one of the top 108 (top 2%) research universities in America, and ranked 115th and 60th respectively in U.S. News' list of all national universities and U.S. public universities. 11 disciplines of Temple University ranked top 10 in America, including Trial Advocacy, Insurance and International Business.

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