Northwood Hosts Visiting Chinese Students for Two Weeks
The students spent two hours each morning in the classroom enhancing their understanding of the English language.
August 31, 2012
MIDLAND, MI – Northwood University recently hosted 28 students and four advisors visiting from China. During their two-week visit, the students spent two hours each morning in the classroom enhancing their understanding of the English language. Afterward the students and advisors were taken on field trips around the area and Northwood activities. The excursions included visits to Frankenmuth, Birch Run Outlet Mall, the Midland County Fair, Dow Gardens, Chippewa Nature Center and Dow Diamond for a Great Lakes Loons game.
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