Visiting Students Program Coordinator of University of Arkansas Visited CUFE Business School
November 25, 2015, Mr. Cameron Caja, Visiting Students Program Coordinator of University of Arkansas and Mr. Bryan Hill, Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering, University of Arkansas visited CUFE Business School. Professor Wang Ruihua, the Dean, received the guests. Dr. Li Hanjun and Dr. Geng Yong, Vice Director of the University International Office and Head of the Department of Supply Chain Management, CUFE Business School attended the meeting.
First, Professor Wang Ruihua welcomed Mr. Cameron Caja and his colleagues on behalf of the CUFE Business School, and made a brief introduction of CUFE as well as the Business School. Then, Mr. Cameron Caja introduced University of Arkansasandthe Sam Walton College of Business, and hoped that the two schools would have more communication and seek cooperation. Professor Wang Ruihua spoke highly of the Sam Walton College of Business, especially its Department of Supply Chain Management. The CUFE Business School once had Supply Chain Management major students went to the Sam Walton College of Businessfor exchange studying and received very good feedbacks. Professor Wang Ruihua hoped to share experience and seek cooperation opportunities with Sam Walton College of Business from all aspects, especially in faculty visiting, joint research, student visiting and exchange, 3+1+1 program, etc.Dr. Li Hanjun and Dr. Geng Yong discussed the details of cooperation between the two sides with Mr. Cameron Caja.
University of Arkansas is a public comprehensive research university located in the south central United States, and also the Flagship University in Arkansas. University of Arkansas is ranked 45thin business undergraduate in the United Statesin 2015, and its Supply Chain Management Majoris ranked 9thin the Walton business administration project. There are 9 colleges and 56 departments, including natural science, engineering science, music, agriculture, life sciences, business, architecture, law, education, arts and humanities, etc. Former U. S. President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of the States Hilary Clinton were once teaching in itsLaw School. The University of Arkansas once obtained up to $3 billion of donationfrom the Wal Mart Sam Walton family, which was recorded the history of public universities and colleges in the United States accept donation. The College of Business of University of Arkansas was named afterSam Walton, which is called the Sam Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas.
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