CVM Hosts Chinese Delegation for Talks on Collaboration

group photo of CVM and Henan Agricultural University representatives
From the left: Guan Zhu, VTPB professor, CVM; Gerald Parker, associate dean of Global One Health, CVM; Tongbao Lin, dean and professor, HAU; Eleanor Green, dean, CVM; Ke Tu, director and professor, HAU Office of International Relations; Guohang Tian, professor, HAU; Zhaorui Zhang, director, HAU Human Resources Department; Linda Logan, director of International Programs, CVM.

The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences‘ (CVM) International Program hosted four faculty members from Henan Agricultural University, Zhengzhou,┬áChina, on Jan. 28, who are exploring the development of new collaborations with Texas A&M.

CVM faculty and staff directed the delegation on a tour of the Veterinary Medical Research Building and Large Animal Hospital, followed by lunch with faculty from the CVM, as well as from the Texas A&M Colleges of Architecture and Agriculture & Life Sciences.

Attending from Henan Agricultural University were Tongbao Lin, dean and professor in the College of Agronomy; Ke Tu, director and professor in the Office of International Relations; Guohang Tian, professor in the College of Forestry; and Zhaorui Zhang, director of the Human Resources Department.