China West Normal University (CWNU) is the oldest established teacher training university in Sichuan province, which grew out of the Northern Sichuan Agricultural and Industrial College founded in 1946. Situated in the city of Nanchong, the economic & cultural center of northeastern Sichuan, on the middle reach of Jialing River, famously known as Silk City, CWNU has an excellent reputation owing to its beautiful scenery, abundant teaching resources, excellent academic atmosphere and superb research facilities.
CWNU consists of two campuses, a new campus with a magnificent location and the original one with charming features, covering a total area of 2,500 mu with a developed area of 903,400 square meters.The total enrollment in CWNU has reached around 25,000, including undergraduates, graduates, international students plus adult students for continuing education.
CWNU has embarked upon a cooperation with higher education institutions and research institutes in the U.S., France, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Bolivia, Taiwan and Hong Kong, promoting the exchange of students.
By assigning to top priority to academic research and diversity, CWNU has developed several distinctive specialties such as wild animals and plants protection & regulation, Chinese classical literature, zoology, theory of political science, Marxist theory, studies of historical literature, studies of higher education, organic chemistry, and theoretical physics.
CWNU has become actively involved in various international exchanges and co-operations, especially in cultural and academic fields. It has built partnerships through diverse ways of communication and cooperation with many universities and education organizations in America, Canada, Australia, Japan, Korea, Germany, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The following is the list of scholars from China West Normal University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of articles by scholars from China West Normal University that are published in OMICS International journals.