|President Langrell spoke about the college's|
strategic vision at technical education conference. The
director of NAVEC, Liu Zhifang, poses with him.
The theme at the three-day forum surrounded modern vocational education and training. It provided a platform for two-year college presidents and representatives from the U.S. and China to engage in dialogue about policy, and discuss ways to collaborate on technical education and training.
In his speech, President Langrell presented on how to set a trajectory toward a preferred future.
On President Langrell's Facebook page, he notes, "College presidents in China share many similar challenges to counterparts in the USA: How do we protect our great mission and purpose during times of rapid change and challenge?"
The Ministry of Education of China recommended President Langrell to participate in the forum because of his accomplishments at Bates and in the field of technical education. Dean of Instruction Lin Zhou also attended the conference, which featured an education fair to help establish partnerships among colleges in both countries and tours to various colleges in China.
The National Association of Vocational Education of China (NAVEC) hosted the conference.
|President Langrell poses with Dr. Yan.|
|Beijing Vocational College Vice President Wei (L) poses with|
Bates' Dean of Instruction Lin Zhou (R)
|President Langrell, center, poses with Dean Lin and|
|President Langrell and Dean Lin pose with representatives|
from the International Exchange Association.
|Presidential Selfie: Langrell poses with President Li from|
Beijing Vocational College