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Wang Enge: the 26th president in the history of Peking University

(Guangming Online)

11:03, July 11, 2013


Wang Enge, born in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, in 1957, majored in physics in Liaoning University during his undergraduate and postgraduate periods and received a doctor’s degree in Peking University. He once was the executive vice-president of Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and vice president of Peking University. On Mar 22 this year, Wang took the office of president of Peking University and became the 26th president in the history of Peking University.

He almost missed his university

In 1977, Wang attended the first national exam after the resumption of college entrance examination. As he was in a village at that moment, he asked someone to check his result in the county but got a disappointing reply. Wang couldn’t believe that, so he went to check the result himself, finding out that his name was miswritten. Then he had the access to physics major of Liaoning University.

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