Shih-ching Wang Edit Profile
Miss Wang received her early education in the mission schools at Wuchang and Peking. Later he entered Hwa Nan College preparatory school in Foochow in 1913. Upon graduation in 1917 she took two years of college work, after which she went to America, entering Morningside College at Sioux City, Iowa. Miss Wang was awarded a Barbour scholarship after graduation in 1921 and went to the University of Michigan where she received her Master of Arts degree in chemistry in 1923.
Shih-ching Wang returned to China in 1923 and became assistant professor in chemistry at Amoy University from 1924-1927. She taught chemistry at Hwa Nan, relinquishing this position to accept the deanship of Hwa Nan, in which capacity she served for one year. Then she went to America in 1928 as president-elect of Hwa Nan, having been awarded a Barbour fellowship at the University of Michigan. After a year's intensive study there of educational and administrative problems she returned to Hwa Nan as president and acted as such until January 18, 1930 when she was formally inaugurated.
1921 - 1923