Metropolitan State University is pleased to announce the conferring of the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters upon our esteemed university partner, Josephine Shang-Kuan Su, in recognition of her eminent contributions to Metropolitan State and to the field of International Education, which enhances the missions of both China University of Technology and Metropolitan State.
Su is chairperson of the Board of China University of Technology (Taiwan) and majored in economics at National Taiwan University. She received her bachelor's degree in Accounting from Briar Cliff College and her MBA from the City University of New York, where she also attended the PhD program in Economics.
Her outstanding career experiences in the United States included serving as a manager in the Economic Forecasting Division at Wharton Economic Forecasting Associates of the University of Pennsylvania, as chief of the Research Processing Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and as a vice president of Citibank.
Since becoming chairperson of the China University of Technology Board in 1992, Su has adopted a pragmatic approach in her dedication to education, creating an excellent environment in which faculty welfare is highly respected and high-quality student learning is facilitated.
China University of Technology has cooperating partnerships with 21 international universities, one of which is Metropolitan State. Metropolitan State's partnership with China University of Technology was formed in 2000, and includes an MBA degree program with 178 graduates and a dual-degree bachelor's program established in 2014.