Faculty & Staff stories

Since Changes is perpetual proposition, why not embrace uncertainties

Have you ever thought about moving to another country? Do you always have many concerns, hesitating to take the fi

ZACH MILLS:Words, Stories, Inspiration

Dr. Zach W. Mills is a Lecturer of College of Liberal Arts. He got his Ph.D in Rhetoric and Public Culture from Northwestern University. He is also the founding director of the University’s first Speech & Communications Lab. He studies the inters

How to tide over daze? Professor of Psychology told you…

Do you feel confused and lost amidst dramatic changes? Have you encountered gender-biased comments? Are you suffering from increasing anxiety due to the unexpected epidemic crisis? What should you do? How to adapt yourself to the new environment? To

Jennifer Marquardt: literature is about interiority.

Jennifer Marquardt Prof. Jennifer Marquardt joined the WKU family at the beginning of its establishment. She is the Assistant Professor of English in the College of Liberal Arts. Beautiful, kind, talented are the students’ impression of her. Pr

Prof. Jerry Choi: Management Paradigm Change under the Covid-19 Crisis.

On June 28, 2020 Impact Investment International Forum jointly hosted by the China Society of Technical Economics and OHT Group, was successfully launched. Prof. Jerry Choi of Management Science Department of Wenzhou-Kean University was invited to gi

How is the Effect of French Online Instruction?

“Bonjour à tous,Aujourd’hui,nous discutons le sujet de…” This is typical scene of Celine Doucet, a lecturer of French i

Thoughts on Life and Work during Quarantine——WKU English Teacher Prof. Virginia Parker

Recently, English teacher Prof. Virginia Parker has completed 14 days of quarantine and walked out of her apartment. After having a holiday in South Africa, followed by a few weeks in Thailand, she has completed her home isolation in accordance with

Our teachers: Foreign Professor Opper of Wenzhou-Kean University loves Chinese dialects and wants to ‘challenge’ Wenzhounese

It is well known that Wenzhounese can be considered the most difficult language in the world and it is even called “a demon language” in some foreign films. In China, Wenzhounese is also famous for its abstruseness, and even the majority

WKU teacher Huang Yaoyao earns three awards in Design

This Chinese New Year, Huang Yaoyao, a professor of Graphic design at the School of Architecture and Design in Wenzhou Kean U

Dr. Toby Michelena becomes “the Greatest Contributor to Water Harnessing” in Wenzhou

Recently, Dr. Toby Michelena, assistant professor in biology at WKU was named as “the Greatest Contributor to Water Harnessing” by Wenzhou Municipal Propaganda Department and the Municipal Water Conservancy Office. The program to look for “the Greate