NORWICH PSYCHOLOGY IS “LIVE” IN CHINA

Bonus ContentHighlights of the follow-up, spring Chengdu experience!

Norwich University’s psychology department is offering classes in China for the very first time. Over Thanksgiving, psychology instructor John Dulmage ’12 traveled to China to teach the flagship course at the g-MEO Chengdu American Center for Study Abroad. He reprises his role in spring and summer programs with offerings expanded to two courses. Dulmage already had two advanced degrees and a lifetime of experience before completing dual programs in biology and psychology at Norwich. Proudly donning his Class of 2012 ring, he describes Chengdu as welcoming and wonderful. “For the entire 10 days I was there, I used only chopsticks,” he said. “They called me ‘Professor Chopsticks.’” He is excited to return.

Among their many activities while at Chengdu, Norwich psychology instructor John Dulmage ’12 and his students toured the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.

Among their many activities while at Chengdu, Norwich psychology instructor John Dulmage ’12 and his students toured the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.

The Chengdu program is open to Norwich students. All who attend and complete the program are guaranteed a Mayor’s Scholarship of approximately $730; other merit-based scholarships are also available. For information, contact psychology chair Kevin Fleming at kfleming@norwich.edu.

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