Newly Accepted Chinese International Students for William Penn University

Vice President of Special Projects and Government Relations Steve Noah recently spent two weeks in China working on a multitude of projects. Not only were details established for newly accepted international students at William Penn University, who will arrive in August, but also Memorandums of Understanding were signed with Nantong Tichen Health School and Kunming Medical University. These MoU’s will help in creating joint programs between the universities, allowing for student and faculty exchanges.

Above is a photo of discussions from Nantong Tichen University, with Steve Noah pictured on the right in the middle. Below is a photo of Steve Noah and Wendy Wei with the Director of International Affairs and a Vice President of Kunming Medical University.

A meeting with two of the female students that will be joining William Penn University this fall will occur on Friday in Iowa between Steve Noah, Vice President for Academic Affairs Noel Stahle, China consultant Wendy Wei, and Graduate Assistant for International Programs (including international students) Karolyn Wojtowicz.

Keep an eye out for more posts on incoming international students and the changes that will be occurring this year on international student services at William Penn University!

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