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The University of Michigan and China 1845 - 2017Neal McKenna
Throughout the last two centuries U.S. administrations from President Lincoln to President Clinton have relied on U-M leaders and faculty to engage China and develop political and cultural relationships. The University of Michigan was one of the first universities in the U.S. to enroll Chinese students and has many prominent Chinese graduates, including a Nobel Laureate and the first female college president in China.
As U-M celebrates its own bicentennial, this book recounts the university's considerable history with Chinese governments, people and culture. The book also updates readers on the current and ongoing partnerships between different U-M departments and schools with Chinese institutions, and provides a list of several prominent Chinese graduates of the University of Michigan.
- 9781607854227 (ebook)
- 9781607854210 (hardcover)