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Seven Bemidji State University professors and faculty members are leaving for China to meet with four Chinese universities interested in partnerships that would allow for student and faculty exchange opportunities. Shown above are, from left, Mike Hamann, Elizabeth Rave, Steven Sundahl and Martin Tadlock as they pack the van Friday afternoon to leave for Minneapolis. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

BSU pursuing partnerships with Chinese universities

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BEMIDJI – A delegation from Bemidji State University is now en route to China to pursue agreements with four universities that would be lead to opportunities for faculty and student exchanges.

Led by Provost Martin Tadlock, the seven-member group will meet with Chinese universities to discuss potential partnerships, particularly in the fields of design technology, technology management, applied engineering, and biology.

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