第十二届“春晖杯” 中国留学人员创新创业大赛 培训系列专场之七

中国驻纽约总领馆教育组与耶鲁大学中国学生学者联谊会、春晖创业咖啡、美中高等教育学会(行之)共同为留学人员举办第十二届“春晖杯”中国留学人员创新创业大赛报名咨询和如何撰写商业计划书培训。

2017年6月10日(周六)
2:00p.m. – 4:00p.m.

Engineering Students Center,
Dunham Lab,
School of Engineering
and Applied Science,
Yale University,
10 Hillhouse Avenue,
New Haven, CT 06511

主办机构
中国驻纽约总领馆
协办单位
春晖创业咖啡
美中高等教育学会(行之)
耶鲁大学中国学生学者联谊会

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FWD: 2017清华研习班邀请函

To: “xiushengyang”
Subject: 2017清华研习班邀请函发官网

尊敬的国侨办海外专家咨询委员会的各位委员:

您好!为增进华侨华人科技人士对当前中国经济形势、中国文化、北京创新创业环境的了解,增强与北京开展经济、科技合作的能力和信心,国务院侨务办公室经济科技司和北京市人民政府侨务办公室将于2017年7月10日~7月16日,在北京共同举办“第三十二期海外华侨华人专业人士回国创业研习班”。此次研习班培训对象主要为国侨办海外专家咨询委员会中院士专家的团队成员和海外科技社团负责人。

如果您的团队成员或优秀学生希望参加本期研习班,在您的推荐下,欢迎他们踊跃报名(1—2名)。若您本人愿意参加本期研习班,我们将不胜荣幸。报名参加研习班,需要将报名表(报名表见附件)填写完整,并于2017年6月5日前将报名表反馈至报名邮箱:bjqbrcc@163.com(请在报名表的“推荐渠道”栏注明您的姓名)。名额有限,额满为止。

我们将于6月15前向您发出正式邀请函。最终受邀人员以收到正式邀请函和学号为准。感谢您的支持!祝您一切顺利、安康!

北京市人民政府侨务办公室

2017年5月27日

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CAPA-CT’s Second Newsletter

CAPA-CT Newsletter PDF

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The letter to UA CEO on the incident of Flight 3411 on April 9, 2017

The Board of the Chinese-American Professors Association in Connecticut condemns brutality exhibited on the United Airlines Flight 3411 on Sunday, April 9, 2017. By this message, the board advises its members to avoid United Airlines and Chicago airports until such a travel arrangement may be free from random yet intentional acts of violence.

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Call for Participation in CAPA-CT Delegation to Western China (2017)

The Chinese-American Professors’ Association in Connecticut (CAPA-CT) is once again calling for its members to participate in the international cooperation program with universities in China, in summer 2017. Please see attached Announcement for the Requirements and the Sample Invitation Letter you may want to use. Call for Participation–Gansu and Xinjiang Summer 2017, and Invitation letter sample.

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春晖计划学者座谈会

中国纽约总领馆教育组和参与过“春晖计划海外留学人员短期回国服务项目”的学者、参加过“春晖杯创业大赛”的人员、以及部分千人计划、长江学者、省市特聘教授等2017年二月四日在耶鲁大学举行座谈会。座谈会从上午10点开始一直进行到下午1:30结束。参加会议的有来自纽约、波士顿、罗德岛,康州的40余位专家学者学生。康州华人教授协会的十几位会员参加了座谈会,与大家分享了在过去两年参加协会代表团访问甘肃活动的经历和建议。

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CAPA-CT’s first newsletter

Professor Jian-Zhong Lin and an English student, both from Eastern Connecticut State University, have been working on our organization’s first newsletter. The newsletter features articles on events, since the beginning of our organization, including:

  • The inaugural ceremony in 2014,
  • our first annual conference “China in the 21st Century,”
  • and a trip to Gansu in 2015

The newsletter can be accessed here Newsletter, Issue I

 

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CAPA-CT 2016 Conference Program

capa-ct-annual-conference

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第十一届“春晖杯”中国留学人员创新创业大赛

由教育部和科技部主办的第十一届“春晖杯”中国留学人员创新创业大赛正在报名阶段,报名时间截止7月31日,请广大留学人员报名参赛. 详情请见附件春晖杯大赛介绍

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Proceedings of The First Interdisciplinary Conference

Chinese American Professors’ Association in Connecticut (CAPA-CT) /康州华人教授协会 Conference Proceedings: The First Interdisciplinary Conference Theme: China in the 21st Century /《21 世纪中国振兴》跨学科研讨会, held at the Henry Lee Institute of Forensic Science of University of New Haven on March 7, 2015, can be accessed at Amazon Book Store http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/153001140X?keywords=capa-ct&qid=1456587128&ref_=sr_1_1&s=books&sr=1-1. It can also be accessed through a mobile device from the Kindle Store at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CLRGFK8.

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CAPA-CT Seeks Nominations for Officers and Board Members

Dear Members,

The 2016 Chinese American Professors Association in Connecticut (CAPA-CT) nominating committee, comprising Yang (Richard) Yang (Board member) and Meina Cai (Board member), announces a call for board member nominations.

Nominations are being solicited for CAPA-CT President, CAPA-CT Vice President, CAPA-CT Secretary, CAPA-CT Treasurer, and two Board members. To make a nomination, or to self-nominate, please send candidate’s name, discipline, and institutional affiliation to both Yang Yang (yry@cs.yale.edu) and Meina Cai (meina.cai@uconn.edu). Nominees must be CAPA-CT members.

January 15, 2016 is the deadline for receipt of nominations. For more details about CAPA-CT, please visit capa-ct.org. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Warmest wishes and happy New Year!
Richard and Meina

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CAPA-CT is Officially a Publicly Supported Organization!

It is official; the IRS has approved CAPA-CT as a publicly supported organization under IRC 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) effective March 18, 2014. Contributions to the organization will be tax deductible. Thanks to all who helped in the organization and application process. CAPA-CT will be stronger with your support.

 

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SAPA-CT May 2015 Workshop: Pharmaceutical Trend and Biotechnology Progress

SAPA-CT is excited to announce our May Education Workshop to be held on May 30 at Yale University. This is the third in our series of continuing education workshops and the topics include single cell sequencing and Health Economics and Outcomes Research. This is also a well-anticipated opportunity for networking.

The workshop is free to everyone who is interested in learning more about biopharmaceuticals. We hope you can join us at the workshop. For those who can’t attend the meeting in person, we provide online participation through go-to-webinar. Further information can be found here.

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教育部人事司关于做好长江学者奖励计划通讯评审海外专家推荐工作的通知

教育部人事司为做好长江学者奖励计划发了通知, 这是通知全文. 愿意参加此项工作的请填写专家信息表, 5月29日前发送给于兴国 (moeyxg AT gmail DOT com).

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Chinese Ambassador at Trinity McGill Lecture: China and the United Nations

2015 marks an important year for the United Nations as it celebrates the 70th anniversary of both the organization’s founding and the end of World War II. His Excellency Liu Jieyi, the Ambassador of China to the United Nations, will discuss China’s role in the United Nations.

One of China’s top experts on United Nations issues, arms control, and U.S.-China relations, Ambassador Liu has served as the director-general of the Department of International Organizations and Conferences, the Department of Arms Control and Disarmament, and the Department of North American and Oceanian Affairs of China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was previously the assistant minister and vice minister of foreign affairs. He has twice served as the president of the United Nations Security Council.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 2015
4:30 P.M.
Washington Room, Mather Hall
Trinity College
Hartford, Connecticut

Please check here for additional detail.

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Invitation to SAPA-CT Annual Conference on March 22, 2015

Dear friends and members of Connecticut SAPA (SAPA-CT),

It’s our great pleasure and honor to announce and invite you to attend the 2nd Connecticut SAPA Annual Conference that will be held on March 22, 2015 at Yale University, Connecticut.

The theme of this year’s conference is “Cooperation between US and China in Today’s Pharmaceutical World – Challenges and Opportunities”. In this meeting, experts from pharmaceutical field will share their views on the future pharmaceutical & biotech industry, covering the most relevant pharmaceutical topics with a focus on global and multi-disciplinary collaborations and professional development:

  • Global Development of Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industry
  • Growth in Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industry: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Focus on Success: Achieving Personal and Business Goals

SAPA-CT, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Connecticut United for Research Excellence, and Yale University co-sponsor and co-organize the conference. It will serve as a great platform for idea exchange and networking among industrial professionals as well as academic faculties and students. In addition, SAPA-CT has invited companies looking for talents (such as Boehringer Ingelheim, HD Biosciences, etc.) to set up booths for job fairs and onsite interview. We look forward to meeting everyone at the conference.

Visit our website: www.sapa-ct.org/events/current-event/ to register today. The updated draft agenda can be found here.

Please feel free to contact us (SAPAConn@yahoo.com) should you have any questions.

Sincerely yours,

Connecticut SAPA Executive Committee

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Paid Opportunities to Teach American Undergraduate Courses at Universities in China

Opportunities are available to teach undergraduate courses at universities in China. For application and further information, please check here.

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Second Call for Papers for the First CAPA-CT Conference: China in the 21st Century

Second Call for Papers

Chinese-American Professors Association
in Connecticut (CAPA-CT)

The First Interdisciplinary Conference,
March 7, 2015

Theme: China in the 21st Century

21世纪中国振兴》跨学科研讨会

Submission Deadline: February 10, 2015

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT

The CAPA-CT conference invites participants of all academic disciplines, from all cultural, linguistic, and national backgrounds. The conference aims to promote cross-disciplinary conversations on issues presently or potentially related to China’s challenges and opportunities on the world stage in the 21st century. It will be hosted by Dr. Henry Lee Institute of Forensic Science at University of New Haven on March 7, 2015. For driving directions, please visit www.henryleeinstitute.com. In case of inclement weather, we would move the meeting to March 14, 2015.

CALL FOR PAPERS

The conference welcomes papers, abstracts, and round-table proposals that highlight an academic discipline’s application to China’s development, or that explore Chinese contributions to the world, or that promote cross-disciplinary dialogue among the Chinese intellectual communities in the U.S. and China as well as scholars and students of China Studies in North America and beyond.

All accepted submissions will be published in the conference proceedings and on the association website at www.capa-ct.org.

REGISTRATION FEE

All participants must register.  No registration fee is required for authors who submit paper(s) or abstract(s); neither for panelists, invited speakers, conference organizers, students and visiting scholars. The registration fee $35 for any other participant is due at the door of the conference registration desk. The registration fee will also serve as their annual membership dues for qualified participants. Lunch will be provided at no additional charge.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Each presenter should submit an abstract of 1-3 pages.

PAPERS

The conference welcomes papers in (but not limited to) the following areas:

  1. Topics related to practices in China.
  2. Topics with potential implication to China.
  3. Topics with potential to engagement in interdisciplinary dialogues and research.
  4. Topics related to education, teaching and learning.
  5. Topics related to the interest of members such as career development, work, and family life.

PANEL SESSIONS

Proposals for panel sessions focusing on a single issue, such as Chinese education, health care, Chinese traditional medicine, history, philosophy, culture, economy, sustainable development, environmental protection, political reform, social equality/justice, legal system, engineering, science, technology, mathematics, or proposals focusing on a single province/region are welcome.

A proposal for a panel session should not exceed three pages. The duration of a session will be up to 60 minutes.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS

Send your submission electronically to Dr. Jian-Zhong Lin at <linjz@easternct.edu> in MS Word format.

Use a cover page to provide the following information: (1) topic of the presentation/panel session, (2) name and academic affiliation of the presenter or panelist and/or that of a moderator; students should indicate their major and status (such as undergrad junior, M.A./M.S. second year, or doctoral third year), (3) postal address, phone, and email of every presenter/panel member.

All papers, abstracts, and panel proposals must be received electronically by February 10, 2015.

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康州华人教授协会祝大家新年快乐, 万事如意!

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Call for Papers for the First CAPA-CT Conference: China in the 21st Century

 

Call for Papers

Chinese-American Professors Association
in Connecticut (CAPA-CT)

The First Interdisciplinary Conference,
March 7, 2015

Theme: China in the 21st Century

21世纪中国振兴》跨学科研讨会

Submission Deadline: January 30, 2015

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT

The CAPA-CT conference invites participants of all academic disciplines, from all cultural, linguistic, and national backgrounds. The conference aims to promote cross-disciplinary conversations on issues presently or potentially related to China’s challenges and opportunities on the world stage in the 21st century. It will be held on March 7, 2015 at the University of New Haven. In case of inclement weather, we would move the meeting to March 14, 2015.

CALL FOR PAPERS

The conference welcomes papers, abstracts, and round-table proposals that highlight an academic discipline’s application to China’s development, or that explore Chinese contributions to the world, or that promote cross-disciplinary dialogue among the Chinese intellectual communities in the U.S. and China as well as scholars and students of China Studies in North America and beyond.

All accepted submissions will be published in the conference proceedings and on the association website. Publication in the proceedings does not preclude subsequent publication in other journals when proper acknowledgements are made.

REGISTRATION FEE

All participants must register. Those who register before February 15, 2015, will enjoy a discount of $20 from the standardized registration fee of $70 for members, $100 for nonmembers. Registration fee for students is $20. The annual membership fee of $35 can be paid during the conference.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Each presenter should submit an abstract of 1-3 pages.

PAPERS

The conference welcomes papers in (but not limited to) the following areas:

  1. Topics related to practices in China.
  2. Topics with potential implication to China.
  3. Topics with potential to engagement in interdisciplinary dialogues and research.
  4. Topics related to education, teaching and learning.
  5. Topics related to the interest of members such as career development, work, and family life.

PANEL SESSIONS

Proposals for panel sessions focusing on a single issue, such as Chinese education, health care, Chinese traditional medicine, history, philosophy, culture, economy, sustainable development, environmental protection, political reform, social equality/justice, legal system, engineering, science, technology, mathematics, or proposals focusing on a single province/region are welcome.

A proposal for a panel session should not exceed three pages. The duration of a session will be up to 60 minutes.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS

Send your submission electronically to Dr. Jian-Zhong Lin at <linjz@easternct.edu> in MS Word format.

Use a cover page to provide the following information: (1) topic of the presentation/panel session, (2) name and academic affiliation of the presenter or panelist and/or that of a moderator; students should indicate their major and status (such as undergrad junior, M.A./M.S. second year, or doctoral third year), (3) postal address, phone, and email of every presenter/panel member.

All papers, abstracts, and panel proposals must be received electronically by January 30, 2015.

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