Visiting international scholars are an important part of the intellectual and artistic community within UW-Madison’s School of Education.
Visiting scholars contribute new ideas and perspectives to key issues and problems taken up within the fields of education and health, and offer creative and rich approaches to the arts. The generative collaboration with visiting international scholars strengthens the School of Education’s connections with top experts from around the globe, and enables students, faculty and staff an opportunity to learn from and with these talented individuals.
In an effort to help the School of Education community get to know the visiting scholars on our campus, we are launching a new question-and-answer feature that will be highlighting scholars who are spending time at UW-Madison.
The following is a Q&A with Zengyuan Ren, an associate professor of higher education at Jilin University, a leading national research university in China.