Dr. Victor C. X. Wang honored at university event

Florida Atlantic University Hosts Book Author Happy Hour

By IGI Global on Mar 19, 2015
Florida Atlantic University Hosts Book Author Happy Hour The Florida Atlantic University Office of the Provost and University Libraries recently honored faculty members who authored titles in 2014 with a Faculty Book Happy Hour. Held at the FAU Club on Wednesday, March 11 from 5 to 7 pm, faculty members gathered to display and share their 2014 titles with staff and members of FAU's research community.

One of the authors honored at the event was renowned editor Dr. Victor C. X. Wang, Florida Atlantic University Professor of Educational Leadership and Research Methodology. Dr. Wang displayed several IGI Global titles and has published dozens of premier reference sources with IGI Global. Dr. Wang has honored IGI Global with continuous outstanding commitment to his research and expertise in the field of education. Congratulations to Dr. Wang and all FAU authors who attended this event!

View Dr. Wang's publications here: https://www.igi-global.com/affiliate/victor-cx-wang/281242.

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