Delegation from the Business School of University of Dundee, UK Visits SUES

Release time:2024-04-19Views:10

On April 18th, Morris Altman, Dean of the Business School of the University of Dundee, UK, visited SUES. The delegation was received at Conference Room 302 by personnel from the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange and School of Management Studies to discuss future professional collaboration.

Li Cong, Deputy Director of the Office of International Cooperation and Exchange, warmly welcomed Professor Altman and his delegation. He noted that SUES has a strong foundation of cooperation and deep friendship with University of Dundee. Vice President Xia Chunming's visit had yielded fruitful discussions with several colleges, including the Business School at Dundee; he expressed hopes that this exchange would serve as an opportunity to actively further implement the consensus from the inter-university cooperation talks and strengthen collaboration in teaching and research areas.

Morris Altman expressed sincere gratitude for the warm reception and detailed the basic information about Dundee's Business School, its new programs, and international accreditations on programs. He noted that the Business School at Dundee and School of Management Studies of SUES share many similarities in academic programs and educational philosophies, providing a solid basis for cooperation. He looked forward to implementing more beneficial cooperative projects in areas such as joint student training and academic exchanges and collaborations among faculty.

Ye Xinliang, Associate Dean of School of Management Studies, briefly introduced the School and suggested potential fields and directions for collaboration.

During the visit, Morris Altman delivered a lecture titled Behavioral Economics to the faculty and students of School of Management Studies. Starting from his own research direction, he provided a clear and accessible analysis of the fundamental logic of behavioral economics, which was enthusiastically received by the audience.