delegation organized by U.S.-based Thurgood Marshall College Fund is in Taiwan on a seven-day visit to strengthen bilateral higher education cooperation across a spectrum of areas.
“This is an exciting opportunity and we look forward to growing the relationship,” TMCF founder N. Joyce Payne said Sept. 12 in an interview with Taiwan Today.
“We are working with three world-class universities here … we want to talk about how we can do a better job at transforming opportunities for students around the world and producing global citizens that can contribute to the economic prosperity of Taiwan and also the U.S.”
Headed by Payne, the delegation comprises Johnny C. Taylor Jr., TMCF president and CEO, as well as representatives from Alabama State University, Alcorn State University and North Carolina A&T State University. These schools are members of the 47 historically black public colleges and universities represented by TMCF in forging partnerships with international tertiary education institutions. More...