Galen University signs memorandum for Taiwanese lecturers in the veterinary technician program



Posted: Thursday, June 11, 2020. 1:20 pm CST.

By Aaron Humes: The Taiwan Technical Mission, supervisors of the Belize Breeding Sheep and Goat Production and Guidance System Enhancement Project, have agreed with Galen Unversity of Central Farm, Cayo District, to provide lecturers for their Veterinary Technician (Animal Health) program.

Galen and the Taiwan Mission signed a memorandum of understanding to this effect on June 4.

The lecturers will be provided from already established veterinarians and veterinary and animal science experts at the National Sheep & Goat Breeding Centre. Their usual remuneration will go to a scholarship fund for the Animal Science students. The lecturers will also sit on an advisory committee providing direction and oversight for the program.

Galen University Provost Dr. Cynthia Aird signed for the University, supported by Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Sciences and Technology Sherry Gibbs. Representing the Mission were chief Ming-Cheng Tsai and current lecturers and members of the project group Yeh Chia Kai and Jing-You Lai

Galen said it was extremely grateful for the Taiwanese support, which it said “brought a unique international perspective to our students. We value this new relationship and look forward to future involvement.”


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