Some articles on university, national southeastern university:
... an influential Chinese educator, is considered as a founder of the modern Chinese university ... the United States, beginning with Yung Wing (Rong Hong 容宏) at Yale University in the mid-nineteenth century ... and then undertook graduate studies in Education under John Dewey and Paul Monroe at Columbia University, where he received his M.A ...
... Nanjing University Business School dates back to 1902 when the courses of economics and commerce were provided, during which period the faculty member of the school included the ... Nanking Higher Normal School which transformed to be National Southeastern University in 1921. 1921 it was moved to Shanghai and extended to become the business school of National Southeastern University with the name Shanghai Commerce University ...
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