Zhongxue Gan ’92 MS, ’95 Ph.D. is chief scientist for one of China’s largest renewable energy companies, which is committed to building stronger relationships between China and the U.S.
It might be said that Zhongxue Gan’s life as a scientist and researcher was preordained. After all, the very meaning of Zhongxue in Chinese is “loyal to learning and study.”
It is a mission Gan ’92 MS, ’95 Ph.D. takes seriously, and one that has propelled him from the farmlands of northern China’s Hebei province into the laboratories of UConn’s School of Engineering and ultimately, to his current post as chief scientist for one of China’s largest renewable energy companies.
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