Salem-Teikyo University in West Virginia awaits an influx of Asian students as it links up with a Florida biotech institute
A merger with the 22,000-student Teikyo University last July bailed Salem out of financial difficulties. And though administrators expect most Japanese students to major in business after completing the two-year core curriculum, England says he's "hoping some will trickle into science majors, after they get more English under their belts and begin to see the range of things they can do."
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