Sam Houston State University’s first agreement with the second-most populous country in the world will allow the exchange of research and teaching staffs, joint research projects, joint conferences, and, eventually, student exchanges.
A memorandum of understanding was presented by assistant professor of biological sciences Madhusudan Choudhary to officials at India’s Patna University on June 8th during an official signing ceremony. Choudhary also presented a profile of SHSU to the audience, which included heads of the various departments, principals and university administrators.
The memorandum is the result of Choudhary’s regular communication and visits with Patna as an alumnus of the university.
Patna University is one of the century-old premier institutions of higher education in India. It has 50,000 students, more than 10 colleges, and several doctoral programs.