COB student to serve as delegate for the Initiating Mutual Understanding through Student Exchange (IMUSE) conference in Beijing
8-13-15 - STARKVILLE, Miss. — A senior marketing and foreign language double-major at Mississippi State is among 12 rising U.S. college students participating August 11-20 in one of China’s most influential student-run exchange programs.
Feifei Zeng, an international student majoring in international business, supply chain management and Spanish, will join other delegates selected for the Initiating Mutual Understanding through Student Exchange (IMUSE) conference in Beijing.
In addition to MSU, institutions that will be represented include Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Cambridge, University of California-Berkeley, University of California-Los Angeles, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Connecticut, Macalester College, and New York University Shanghai.
Founded in 2008 by Harvard, Peking and Tsinghua universities, IMUSE is a non-profit organization that brings together promising university students from the U.S. and China to facilitate mutual curiosity, respect and understanding through cross-cultural communication and friendship.
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