Comparison of Chinese and American Environments at N.C. State University this July
This summer, N.C. State is bringing Ms. Tian Zeng (曾天) from China’s most prestigious university, Beijing University (北京大学), to co-teach MEA 150 (Environmental Issues) with Dr. Michael Kimberley during the second summer session (June 28 to Aug. 2). All course material will be provided in both English and Chinese and Ms. Zeng will provide auxiliary language instruction. Ms. Zeng was Dr. Kimberley’s language instructor for two months last summer at Beijing University. Ms. Zeng will also provide cultural enrichment, including lessons on cooking authentic Chinese food that is rarely found in Chinese-American restaurants. MEA 150 has no course prerequisites and is well-suited to nonscience students who wish to experience Chinese culture while gaining four credits of college science. One may enroll in either the on-campus section (MEA 150-001, listed as class 3695) or in the distance-education section (MEA 150-601, listed as class 3785). Any questions may be directed in either English or Chinese to either Dr. Kimberley at NCSU (Kimberley@ncsu.edu) or to Ms. Zeng at Beijing University (email@example.com).