Regent Professor to Spend Semester in China
By Brett Wilson | August 14, 2013
Dr. Bramwell Osula.
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As Regent University professors make the more traditional preparations for the upcoming school year, Dr. Bramwell Osula, associate professor in the School of Business & Leadership (SBL), has packed his suitcase and set out for an international journey.
Osula will spend the fall 2013 semester abroad as he teaches at the China Youth University for Political Science (CYUPS) in Beijing, China.
"This is an important cultural and teaching opportunity—a first for Regent in many ways," said Osula. "And I'm pleased to be a part of the development as the university links with the nation of China."
During his semester at CYUPS, Osula will teach several courses on qualitative research methods and the sociology of youth and leadership. His efforts will be a part of Regent's division of Professional & Continuing Education (PCE), which continues to make progress in partnerships with other colleges and universities around the world.
CYUPS is a higher educational institution that provides academic programs for high school graduates, as well as strategic training for political leaders in China. Regent has hosted students and faculty from CYUPS each summer for the past three years at leadership institutes on campus.
Learn more about Regent University's Professional & Continuing Education.
Mindy Hughes, Public Relations
Phone: 757.352.4095 Fax: 757.352.4888
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