Chancellor Perlman of UNL visited XJTUCC
4 faculties of UNL, including Chancellor of UNL Perlman, Professor Poser, and the Law School President visited CC on November 6, 2012. President Chen Guangde, Party Committee Secretary Zhao Jinsheng, Dean of the Department of Art and Design Xie Anning and the head of party and government service center gave them a warm reception.
Two sides had a friendly talk at 9:30am in the VIP room. During the meeting, President Chen showed his warm welcome to Chancellor Perlman’s third visit to CC, and briefed him on CC’s new progress on enrollment, employment, campus building and cooperation. President Chen also talked about the popularity of the XJTUCC-UNL PDP Program among students and parents. He hoped that joint efforts of both sides would be made to make the program better. Chancellor Perlman expressed his heartfelt thanks, he pointed out that there had been over a hundred CC students studying at UNL, who were outstanding and well-rounded. He believed that on the basis of close exchanges in the past five years, the cooperation between the two sides would achieve greater success. At the same time, the two sides exchanged gifts. Dean of the Department of Art and Design Xie anning send his own creation of Chinese calligraphy and painting to UNL.
Then, Perlman and Poser gave a lecture on U.S. presidential election at the lecture hall to our students. They talked about a series of professional and interesting western knowledge, including presidential election system, election process, election policies of the two parties, the campaign debate and the background of the former presidents, which won warm applause.
What particularly worthed mentioning was that the lecture was held on the voting day, so students actively asked questions at the interactive Q&A session. They had in-depth exchanges with two professors on candidate policy, election process details, campaign finance and the impact of the outcome of the election. PDP students asked questions related to going to UNL.
UNL spoke highly of CC and the students; they were all infected with the warm reception, as well as the superior quality of the students. Both sides were convinced that the cooperation of the two schools will be more successful.