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September 16, 2010

Explaining the Michigan Difference, in Chinese

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From a special edition of e-TrueBlue: China, published by the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan:

University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman met with hundreds of parents in conjunction with her travel to Shanghai and Beijing last June-July. These sessions were lively exchanges of information about what life is like for our U-M students from China, and parents asked dozens of questions. We were able to record those questions and have since worked with staff across campus to create answers that may be helpful to future U-M students and their parents.

We hope that readers of this special issue of eTrueBlue:China will forward this notice to parents, prospective students, family and business associates to help get information out into the broader Chinese public about student life at the University of Michigan.

Click here to view the questions and answers, which are in Chinese and English.

Go Blue!

Jo Rumsey
Vice President
Alumni Association of the University of Michigan

Posted by zzhu at September 16, 2010 09:17 PM