About FDC

Goal & Mission

To help faculty members with appropriate training, effective support and encouraging rewards to devote themselves to accomplishing the vision of “Educating Global Servant Leaders of Tomorrow”, and to achieve ambitions of becoming excellent teachers and researchers.



  • The goal of research division (Devoting to academic advancement)
  • Publishing papers and books (Publishing excellent papers and books)
  • Advanced research facility (Fully equipped with up to-dated lab facility)
  • IRB (Carrying out research while abiding by ethical issues)
  • Research grants (Internal and external research grant)

Faculty Development programs

  • The best teacher of the Year
  • Faculty Exchange program
  • Projects
  • Training
  • Faculty professional skills
  • Books, brochures and guidelines


Faculty Training program


Title: Students’ counselling Technique

Lecturer: Professor. Jennifer Wolverton

Date: November 4, 11& 18 (Monday, 16:00~16:50)

Place: M303




November 04th

Personal Management

  •   Self-care
  •   Peers
  •   Mongolia Experiences
  •   Q&A

November 11th

Student Interactions

  •   Listen to understand
  •   Patience
  •   Boundaries
  •   Q&A

November 18th

Classroom Management

  •   Interpreting student’s behaviors
  •   How to do speech/tones
  •   Prevent discrimination/ racism issues
  •   Prevent sexual harassment/texting/meeting
  •   Q&A


Visiting professors


Schedule for the Colloquium Series (Fall, 2019)

1. October 10, 2019 (Thursday, 11:20 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.) - Main Hall, M.I.U.

    "Pursuing Academic and Moral Excellence"

                      (Panel Discussion)
            1. Tom Wolverton (G.E.)                       4. Iroda Sabirbaeva (L.E.I.)

            2. Sunny Liu (E.E.)                                5. Munkhduulga Tulga (M.E.)

            3. Anastasia Zharuk (I.R.)                     6. Gantuya Shine-Od- (P.O.)
2. October 17, 2019 (Thursday, 11:20 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.) - Main Hall, M.I.U.

    "Traditional Mongolian Script in the Digital Age’’

            Jonathan Sande,
            Dept. of English Education

            Experienced Language Teacher

            Technical Writer, Mobile App Developer

3. October 24, 2019 (Thursday, 11:20 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.) - Main Hall, M.I.U.

"Toward a More Comprehensive Understanding of MIU Student’s Needs, Stressors, and Perspectives resulting in Greater Retention and Academic Success"

          Jennifer Wolverton,
          Director, MIU Counseling Center

          Assistant Professor

           Dept. of General Education

4. October 31, 2019 (Thursday, 11:20 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.) - Main Hall, M.I.U.

    The United States-Mongolia Strategic Partnership

          Michael S.Klecheski,
          The United States Ambassador to Mongolia
5. November 07, 2019 (Thursday, 11:20 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.) - Main Hall, M.I.U.

    1. Five Most Needed Majors in Mongolia

    2. Current Legal Environment in Mongolia

          Enkhtuvshin Urtnasan,
          Secretary General: Parliament Committee on Population and Development

          President: Mongolia Nuclear Society

          Lecturer:  School of Business, National University of Mongolia

          Lawyer: B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Candidate, National University of Mongolia

                       L.L.M. Nagoya University (Japan), M.B.A. Wales University (U.K.)