About WMCI

William & Mary Confucius Institute
Mission and Vision:

The William & Mary Confucius Institute (WMCI) is a collaborative educational and service partnership between William & Mary, Beijing Normal University (BNU), and the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanban). It aims to promote the study of Chinese language and culture, support the teaching of Chinese at both the host institution (W&M) and in local communities, and facilitate US-China cultural exchanges on various levels. The collaboration is based on shared values and visions concerning international education and cultural understanding. By sharing resources and through collaborative efforts, WMCI strives to make the learning of Chinese language and culture available to anyone who is interested in the subject, to promote multiculturalism in both the campus and the local communities, and to help construct, in a global context, a friendly and harmonious platform for international dialogues and exchanges.

Members of the Board of Advisors:
Chair:

Stephen E. Hanson, Vice Provost for International Affairs
Director of the Reves Center for International Studies, W&M

Vice-Chair:

Zuoyu Zhou, Vice President, BNU

Advisors: 

James Barber, Associate Professor, School of Education, W&M
Michael Hill, Chinese Program Director, Associate Professor of Chinese Studies, W&M
Teresa V. Longo, Dean for Interdisciplinary Studies, Director of the Charles Center,Professor - Hispanic Studies, Arts and Sciences, W&M
Xingwei Miao, Dean of School of Foreign Languages and Literatures, BNU
Kai Xiao, Director of the Office of Confucius Institute Affairs, BNU                                                              

Members of the Faculty Advisory Committee

John Donahue, Dean for Educational Policy, School of Arts and Sciences
James Barber, Associate Professor, School of Education
Michael Hill, Chinese Program Director, Associate Professor of Chinese Studies
Jennifer Stevenson, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, Associate Director, American Legal System Graduate Program
Steve Kuehl, Professor of Marine Science, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Jeremy Martin, Associate Provost and Assistant to the President
Berhanu Abegaz, Professor of Economics and Public Policy
Katherine Guthrie, Associate Professor, School of Business