On August 26th, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing invited Columbia University Columbia College student, Shaun Wang, to conduct a special talk on his independent project. For the past three years, Shaun has conducted independent interviews with more than 40 Chinese private art museums, art centers, and art foundation; 54 art museum founders, directors, and CEOs.
Under Columbia’s Committee on Global Thought, scholars in the social sciences and humanities, psychologists and neuroscientist, and curators of historical museums gathered at Columbia Global Center| East Asia (Beijing) on October 15 to participate in two-day themed events on the politics of war memory in East Asia and elsewhere.
Professor Capon is a world-famous master of marketing and account management. Over the past years, he has cultivated thousands of entrepreneurs and senior managers. This year he will turn 80,” said Professor Zheng. “As Columbia and China are increasingly close, we are more than honored to have Professor Capon today speaking about his experiences in marketing at Columbia Global Centers | Beijing.”
Columbia Global Centers | Beijing is hosting a certificate workshop on energy and environment offered by Earth Institute this summer in Beijing, and co-sponsoring a certificate training program in teaching Chinese and a student summer program on social science at Columbia.
In collaboration with Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing co-hosted a public lecture on“Woman and City: A Conversation with Wang Anyi” at Jerome Greene Hall, Columbia University, on March 21.
On March 19, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing and Hireading Club jointly held the very first event of Columbia Global Centers | Beijing Salon Series – a book panel on The Empire of the Steppes. Dr. LIN Nan from Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), who is also a Columbia SIPA alumnus, was invited to lead the panel. The event attracted around 40 participants.
On June 13, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing invited Dr. Yishi Liu from School of Architecture, Tsinghua University to deliver a public lecture on the construction of "new Beijing" in the first decades of the P.R. China. Prof.Ying Qian, Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Culture at Columbia University, was the moderator.
Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Michelle K. Lee Shares Perspectives on STEM Education and Careers in the 21st Century
Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Michelle K. Lee and the State Intellectual Property Office Deputy Director General Zhang Peng spoke at the Columbia Global Centers | Beijing on May 25 about education and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Call for Research: Columbia Social Science Research Training Workshop for Chinese High School Students
The Columbia Social Sciences Workshop is a program jointly initiated by Columbia University’s Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing, and Teenager Innovation and Challenge Projects(ICProjects). This workshop is specially designed for highly motivated Chinese high school students interested in the study of social sciences (economics, sociology, political sciences, psychology, etc.)
Earth Institute Partners with the China Center for International Economic Exchanges on Sustainability Metrics
October 1, 2014 – The Earth Institute Research Program on Sustainability Policy and Management announces a partnership with the China Center for International Economic Exchanges. The partnership centers around joint research on sustainability metrics in order to design a measurement and evaluation framework adapted to China’s unique economic development situation. The importance of this work lies in the need for a standardized methodology to organize the vastly increasing amount of information on sustainability—in a way that enhances decision-making and performance improvement.