beijing

August 19, 2017

Opportunities and Challenges of Artificial Intelligence

On Aug. 19, three leading experts from the industry of artificial intelligence gathered at Columbia Global Centers | Beijing and joined a panel discussion on the Opportunities and Challenges of Artificial Intelligence. The panelists include Xin WANG, SVInsight co-founder, former Grape Venture partner, and Geek Academy co-founder, Zhao HUANG, Turing OS Intelligence Strategy Officer, former Tencent Product Manager, and Xuchen YAO, the founder of KITT-AI.

October 24, 2016

David Madigan visited Beijing on October 24th and 25th

David Madigan, Executive Vice President for Arts & Sciences, Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences , Professor of Statistics, at Columbia University, addressed a speech at Columbia Global Centers | Beijing titled "The University in the Global Age" on October 24. He also accepted interviews with Xinhua News Agency, China Daily, People’s Daily, Financial Times China and others afterwards, and shared about the Columbia Art & Science Education, Columbia online course development and his view on education globalization.

October 23, 2016

Columbia University School of Social Work Programs Admissions Information Session and Faculty Lecture in Beijing Held Successfully

On October 23rd, Columbia University's School of Social Work successfully held an information session and faculty lecture in Grand Skylight CATIC Hotel Beijing. Dr. Jeanette C. Takamura, Dean of the School, faculty, and administrators including admissions staff attended the event, introduced social work curriculum and admissions process to the audience and answered their questions. 

November 11, 2015

From the Retrenchment towards the Maximalism? --- Professor Stephen Sestanovich Talks on the America’s Foreign Policy Debate

The U.S. presidential primaries are currently in full swing, and one of the debate issues that attract observers from all over the world is the future of America’s foreign policy. As Professor Stephen Sestanovich explains in his book Maximalist: America in the World from Truman to Obama, the diplomatic direction of the U.S. will be undoubtedly influential for the future of the world.