Beijing, China, — Ronald Machtley, president of Bryant University, and his delegation recently visited Peking University. PKU President Hao Ping met with the guests at Linhuxuan.
Hao Ping welcomed Machtley’s visit. He pointed out that Bryant University is an elite university with a long history and thanked Machtley for promoting various kinds of cooperation with PKU and other Chinese universities over the years. He hoped that in the future the two universities would further carry out in-depth cooperation in the fields of environment, archaeology, and so on.
Hao Ping presenting a souvenir to Machtley
Machtley thanked Hao for his warm welcome and said that Bryant University had always attached great importance to cooperation with Chinese high education institutions, including the establishment of the U.S.-China Institute and Confucius Institute of Bryant University, which broadened the university’s international vision and promoted globalization in the school. Machtley pointed out that global education is the foundation of the school’s talent training, and that communication with China is one of the cores of the school’s international development strategy. He expected to carry out cooperation in more fields with PKU in the future.
Yang Hong, vice president of Bryant University and Yang Lin from the General Archaeology Department of National Museum of China accompanied the visiting. Wang Bo, vice president of PKU, Sun Qingwei, director of PKU General Office and dean of School of Archaeology and Museology, Zhang Shiqiu, professor from College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering of PKU, and Zhou Manli, vice director of PKU Office of International Relations accompanied the meeting. (Written by: Wei Qijia, edited by: Zhou Yijing. Source: PKU News)