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Rector of John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, visited USJ

09/14/2017

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Sep

Rector of John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, visited USJ



On 14th September, Rev. Prof. Antoni Debinski, Rector of John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, and his interpreter, Lecturer Mr. Jakub Kolodynski, visited the Green Campus of the University of Saint Joseph. They were warmly received by Fr. Peter Stilwell, Rector of USJ. Prof. Vincent C. Yang, Vice Rector, Prof. Alan Baxter, Dean of Faculty of Humanities, Prof. Ana Correia, Dean of School of Education, Fr. Dominique Tyl, Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Arnold Monera, Dean of Faculty of Religious Studies, and Ms. Paula Mota, Head of Office of International Relations and Regional Cooperation, participated in the meeting.  John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin is a famous university of one hundred years of history. Pope John Paul II taught there for 25 years and published his philosophical works. The university also has an official Chinese Language Proficiency Test (HSK) Center. The hosts and guests discussed matters of cooperation and achieved a preliminary agreement to cooperate with each other. Rev. Prof. Antoni Debinski presented an HSK textbook to Fr. Peter Stilwell, which was published by his university.