Stroble, Schuster attend Pan-Confucius Institute Conference in South Korea

| October 27, 2010
Conference attendees

Earlier this month, at the invitation of Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU), Webster University President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble and Provost Julian Z. Schuster, along with Deborah Pierce, director of Webster’s Center for International Education; Lui Qiang, deputy director of the Confucius Institute; and Li Fang, Confucius Institute program director; traveled to Daegu, South Korea, to take part in the Pan-Confucius Institute Conference, a meeting of the 15 Confucius Institutes worldwide that are sponsored by BLCU.

President Stroble gave a speech about Webster’s Confucius Institute activities; Pierce moderated a discussion group about enhancing collaboration among the 15 BLCU-sponsored Confucius Institutes and gave a conference wrap-up speech for conference participants.

For more information, see the University press release.

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