The Delegation of Western Michigan University visited M.U.S.T.
Promoting Mutual Sustainable Cooperation and Development
Group Photo: Associate Provost Dr. Paulo Zagalo-Melo (fifth from left) delegation met President Chair Professor Joseph Hun-wei LEE (center)
Dr. Paulo Zagalo-Melo, Associate Provost for the Haenicke Institute for Global Education of Western Michigan University, and his delegation visited Macau University of Science and Technology on November 13, 2023. Chair Professor Joseph Hun-wei LEE, Vice-Chancellor and President of M.U.S.T., Professor Pang Chuan, Vice-President and Dean of the School of Graduate Studies, Dean Professor Sheng Ni, Vice-Dean Professor Chan Tung Sun, and Assistant Dean Tang Huajun of the School of Business warmly received the guests. Both parties had a friendly conversation about student cultivation and future cooperation and development.
During the meeting, President LEE welcomed Associate Provost Paulo Zagalo-Melo and his delegation and introduced M.U.S.T.’s overall development and curriculum of recent years. He also mentioned that the School of Business earned the AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) accreditation in July 2023, signifying that the school’s development strategy, faculty standards, teaching quality, and student cultivation have reached international standards. He hoped that both universities can give full play to their respective advantages and strengthen ties for future cooperation.
Associate Provost Paulo Zagalo-Melo affirmed M.U.S.T.’s development in teaching and research and introduced Western Michigan University progress and curriculum in recent years. He hoped the two universities could continue strengthening cooperation and cultivating more professionals with an international perspective.
The guests also included Dr. Satish Deshpande, Dean of Haworth College of Business; Dr. Steve Newell, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Operations; Dr. Mike Tarn, Associate Dean for International Programs in Asia; Dr. Ying Zeng, Director of Asian Initiatives, Haenicke Institute for Global Education; and Dr. Joanna Liu, CEO of GIMBA Taiwan Recruitment Office of Haworth College of Business.