On June 12, the delegation headed by Vice-president Michael Stopford of the University of Nebraska at Kearney visited DMU. Vice-president Zhao Jie of DMU met with the guests and conducted an in-depth communication and discussion with them about such matters as teacher-student exchange, talent training, education and teaching research.
During the talks, Zhao Jie explained the construction of relevant disciplines, curriculum, talent training and social service of DMU, by combination with the social problems such as health, pension and nursing. He hoped that the two universities could share the superior resources of teaching and research, improve the overall quality of teachers and students through self-management and project management courses, and conduct in-depth cooperation and exchanges in a number of fields.
Michael Stopford gave a brief description of the University of Nebraska at Kearney. He said that the University of Nebraska at Kearney as a comprehensive university wanted to cooperate extensively with DMU and provide relevant training for teachers and students of DMU in preponderant discipline.