President Ge Shirong led a delegation to visit the US cooperative university

The publisher:张馨元Release time:2017-06-03Browse the number:91

At the invitation of the University of Kentucky, the University of West Virginia and the Colorado Mining University, President Ge Shirong visited three cooperative universities from May 22 to 28th.

On the 23rd, the delegation visited the University of Kentucky. The president met with principal Eli Capilouto, Dean Tim Tracy, Deputy Dean Susan Roberts G.T. Lineberry and other school leaders. In 15 years, the review summarizes the establish intercollegiate relations between the two schools in such aspects as students, teachers, combination achieved fruitful results, agreed that the two schools will be held in a successful engineering bachelor level “2+2” training project, on the basis of exploring the interdisciplinary, cross talent training and scientific research in the field of new pattern. The delegation focused on the school and business school and spoken with the dean and professors. The two sides are agreed to jointly hold two inter-university exchange programs in intelligent mining and mining economics

On 24-25, the delegation visited the University of West Virgina. the principal and Joyce McConnel respectively signed the intercollegiate cooperation agreement on behalf of the schools. The delegation attended the University of Mining-West Virginia Exchange seminar and discussed the topics of mutual interest in the fields of talent training and cooperation. The two sides in the field of occupational health and space Mining has reached a consensus and agreed on cooperation and exchange projects in civil engineering and Energy Economics major projects.

During his visit, President Ge Shirong also met with Professor Conference Badie, director of the Organizing Committee of the International Pittsburg Coal Conference (Pittsburgh Coal Morsi) and communicated with him on the issues related to the 35th Annual International Pittsburg Coal Conference in 2018.

On June 26, the delegation visited the Colorado Mining University. The President Ge Shirong and Paul Johnson respectively have renewed the intercollegiate corporation agreement on behalf of their schools. The delegation examined the Institute of Geodynamics and the Petroleum Engineering Laboratory and spoke to the director of Mining and Metallurgical Materials Department of the school. The two sides agreed to collaborate on the exchange of materials projects.

University of Kentucky, West Virginia University, and Colorado Mining University are the key partners of our University. This visit move forward the relationship with the three universities, access to the achievements of our school will further boost the construction of "Double First-rate".

The delegation visited the University of Kentucky Laboratory

Delegation talks with Professor Dean of the University of West Virginia

President Ge Shirong signed a school agreement with the University of mining and technology in Colorado on behalf of the school.

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