Penn State and Dalian Establish the International Joint Center for Energy Research

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

By Shea Winton
EMS Energy Institute Writer/Editor and Public Relations Specialist

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On April 12, Penn State and Dalian University of Technology (DUT) in China celebrated the establishment of the Penn State Dalian Joint Center for Energy Research (JCER).

Ceremony attendees included Penn State President Graham Spanier, Penn State Vice President for Research Henry Foley, Penn State Vice Provost Michael Adewumi, State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham, DUT President Jinping Ou, DUT Vice President Guiling Ning and many other faculty and staff members from both universities.

My school and Pennsylvania State University establishes the Kong Zi institute and Joint Energy Research Center jointly

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Today, from our school and Penn State University Establishment of the Confucius Institute and the Joint Energy Research Center in the United States, Pennsylvania State University campus Opening and Kyung Code Instrument Type. I school school long OU Jinping, and Liao Ning province education Hall patrol depending Member ginger even flat, and I school vice principals Ning Guiling, representative mission line 8 people and the Pennsylvania State vertical University principals, taught works long, vice principals and the all College Professor were participate in has ceremony. Celebration China Red characteristics, national flags, Hei Kyung's large Chinese and foreign words, and a Grand atmosphere heat intense.

PSU forms partership to open the Confucius Institute

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

By Anna Orso Collegian Staff Writer Choruses of “Ni Hao’s” and “Hello’s” could be heard throughout the room during the Grand Opening Ceremony of Penn State’s two newest additions Tuesday: a partnership with the Confucius Institute and the creation of the Dalian Joint Center for Energy Research. The university’s collaboration with the Dalian University of Technology is part of the Confucius Institute partnering program, which partners universities in China with other universities around the world in order to increase the involvement of students and faculty in China, said Eric Hayot, co-director of the Confucius Institute at Penn State and director of the Asian Studies Program.

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