College of Liberal Arts

An interview with Danny Hoare: A lover of all things travel and history

There are two popular Daniels in the College of Liberal Arts. One is Daniel Dyer, full of romantic poet temperament, and the other is Daniel Hoare, who will be introduced today. Daniel Hoare comes from Wales and graduated from the University of South

WKU psychology major initiated internship program with Wenzhou Yingcai School

On the morning of March 1st, the opening ceremony of Wenzhou-Kean University internship program was successfully held in Wenzhou Yingcai School. This internship base program is a collaboration between Wenzhou-Kean University (WKU) and Wenzhou Yingcai

The psychology professor's wonderful teaching journey

How did she pull herself up to go to another country to teach under the age of 23, how did she teach students to build personal resource? Today we are honored to have Dr. Amrita Kaur from the College of Liberial Arts, who have a doctorate in psycholo

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

Dean of CLA: Take a closer look of College of Liberal Arts

If Sino-U.S. joint venture university could be referred as the window of cultural exchanges between China and the U.S. ,then College of Liberal Arts(CLA) could be the frontline of such communications. Having more than a half of international facult

Discussing LCT with Karl Maton: Meeting the Man Who Defined LCT.

Author: Craig Blacklock On the 21st of November 2019, a group of 21 students from Wenzhou-Kean University embarked on a journey to Guangzhou, to a Symposium on Public Discourse Studies hosted at Guangdong University of Foreign Language Studies on the

Advocating for the PR Profession at Wenzhou-Kean University in China

December 4, 2019 By Frank Zhang, DGM Hoffman China Sitting on the train from Shanghai to Wenzhou, I had time to contemplate a simple question: What were students from Wenzhou-Kean University, a Chinese-American jointly established higher education i

ECHO-ENG: Launching the 1st student-run major periodical at WKU

  April 16, WKU launched its first student-run major periodical. On the balcony at GEH B2, students and professors from the Department of English, College of Liberal Arts, witnessed this moment together. The team of the periodical was founded b