Dean Lifei Wang honored and named RBS Distinguished Visiting Scholar

On August 13th, Dean Cooper, faculty and other members of the Rutgers Business School community welcomed and recognized Dean Lifei Wang of the University of International Business and Economics (UBIE), a global partner and supporter of RBS, to the 1 Washington Park Executive Boardroom. He was honored and named an RBS Distinguished Visiting Scholar after he gave an informative presentation on Higher Education Reform in China. David Diao, another RBS supporter who introduced Dean Cooper to Dean Wang was named an RBS Honored RBS Asian Business Associate.

"Dean Wang supports our vision and recognizes that we really are a business school on the move, on our way to becoming known as a premier business school," said Dean Michael R. Cooper, PhD.

 

Dean Michael R. Cooper, PhD. congratulates Dean Lifei Wang of the University of International Business and Economics (UBIE) on becoming a RBS Distinguished Visiting Scholar.

The UBIE and Rutgers are joining forces to form a powerful relationship that will coordinate Rutgers International Executive MBA program in Beijing and Shanghai. UIBE is one of the most sought-after academic institutions in China, specializing in the fields of economics, business, insurance management, finance, law, and international trade. It has more than 11,000 students; 2,550 of them being international students, and was one of the first universities to have initiated academic exchanges with foreign academic institutions. The university partners with more than 100 universities around the globe.

 

About Dean Wang

Dean Wang received his Masters and PhD in Applied Linguistics at Nanjing University. He is director of the Center for Business English and Intercultural Studies, UIBE, and research fellow at the National Center for Foreign Language Education, Beijing Foreign Studies University, China. He is a well-known scholar in the field of second language education and business English and Chinese education in China, leading many influential associations in education and has written over 70 research journal articles and more than 10 books.

Congratulations to Dean Lifei Wang and David Diao!

Hannah Redmond
hredmond@business.rutgers.edu

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