Qufu Normal University is a public university located in the cities of Qufu, which is the ancient home of Confucius, and in Rizhao, Shandong province, China. Its focal points include studies of history, calligraphy, law, management, chemistry, physics and the general education of teachers. The history of the university dates to 1955, when Shandong Teachers College was founded in Jinan. In September, 1956 the institution moved to Qufu, renaming itself Qufu Teachers College. In 1970 it was absorbed into Shandong University and, after four years, the college became was again revived as Qufu Teachers College. The current name was adopted along with the university status in 1985. The Rizhao Campus was founded in 2002. Qufu Normal University is one of the key university in Shandong Province. It is located in Qufu, the hometown of Confucius----the great philosopher, educator and the creator of Confucianism. It has its new campus in the beautiful coastal city----Rizhao. In more than 52 years after its foundation, the university has been taking Confuciuus’ words as its instructional standard: “ To retain curiosity in learning, to teach and never become weary”. The university has one post-doctoral research station, six doctoral degree programs, 77 master degree programs of which seven are regarded as primary disciplines. It has 61 four year specialties which cover ten branches of learning including liberal arts, science, industry, law, and etc.. The university has one independent college (Xing Tan Independent College), 29 schools and departments, 28 research institutes, 14 provincial key programs, three provincial key laboratories and one social science research base. National Physical Educational Social Science Key Research Base, Ministry of Education Basic Education Curriculum Research Center in Qufu Normal University, Shandong Laser Polarization Engineering and Technology Center, Shandong Confucius Research Base and Shandong Physical Educational Social Science Research Base are also set in the university. The university covers an area of more than 2650 mu (about 166 hectares). Its building area occupies over one million square meters. The teaching and research assets are valued at 157 million yuan. The library houses 2.94 million books and 390 thousand electronic books. Four academic magazines are published by the university: Qilu Publication, Qufu Normal University Journal, High School Math, and Modern Chinese. The university is one of the first 200 universities announced Ministry of Education which have the right to accept foreign students. It has established a friendly relationship with 26 universities from abroad.
The following is the list of scholars from Qufu 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 Qufu Normal University that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Qufu Normal University that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.