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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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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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Cooperation & Development: US-China Exchange/CAST-CT 2014 Annual Conference

合作与发展

美中交流论坛

暨中国旅美科技协会康州分会2014年会

(Yale University, Dec 13, 2014)

美中交流论坛将以耶鲁大学为平台,聚集相关高科技领域的知名专家,学者,政府官员,和高校及企业高管,对中美之间高科技领域的人才与学术交流,企业的创新与合作及经贸关系等方面做深入的交流和探讨,并对未来双边在上述领域的合作和共赢作出展望。

本届论坛将于2014年12月13日在耶鲁大学医学院公卫系举办。论坛由主题演讲及专题研讨会组成,参与演讲和讨论的嘉宾将包括来自中美两国的政府官员、非政府组织领导、企业领军人物、知名专家学者、访问学者,科研人员及在校本科和研究生。

时间:2014年12月13日 (周六): 1 pm – 4:30 pm
地点:耶鲁大学医学院公卫系 LEPH Winslow Auditorium
60 College St,New Haven, 06511
Yale School of Medicine, Department of Public Health

Please check the CAST-CT 2014 Annual Conference Program for additional detail.

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The First CAPA-CT Conference: China in the 21st Century

 

Call  for Papers

 Chinese-American Professors Association
in Connecticut

The First Interdisciplinary Conference,
March  7, 2015

(March 14 as alternate in case of inclement weather)

Theme: China in the 21st Century

21世纪中国振兴》跨学科研讨会

Submission Deadline: January 20, 2015

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT

The  CAPA-CT conference invites participants from all academic disciplines. It aims to  promote interdisciplinary dialogues on issues presently or potentially related to China’s challenges and opportunities on the world stage in the 21st century. The conference will be held on March 7, 2015 at the University of New Haven. In case of snow, we will move the meeting to March 14, 2015 instead.

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 interdisciplinary dialogues among association members or the Chinese intellectual communities in CT and China.    

 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 for the conference. The registration fee is $50 per person for CAPA-CT members and $80 for nonmembers, due on February 20, 2015.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

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

PAPERS

The conference welcomes papers in (but not exclusive) 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 and teaching.
  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, Chinese 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 and should include the topic and purpose of the session, names and affiliations of a moderator and 2-4 presenters, mailing address, phone, and email of every panel member. The duration of a special session will be up to 60 minutes. All presenters of a special session must register for the conference and be present at the time of the presentation.

Papers, abstracts, and panel proposals must be received electronically by January 20, 2015.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS

All submissions should be electronically sent to Dr. Jian-Zhong Lin at linjz[@]easternct[.]edu in MS Word format.

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CAPA-CT Evaluated Scholarship Applications for Chinese Students in Northeastern United States

Upon request from MOE scholarship program, CAPA-CT assembled a review panel which evaluated 153 applications from Ph.D. students from China studying in northeastern United States. Eight faculty members from the University of Connecticut, two from Eastern Connecticut State University, and one from Manchester Community College voluntarily offered their expertise and time to ensure high standards for the prestigious merit scholarship. The picture below shows professors at work on Sunday, October 12, at the University of Connecticut.

Scholarship Panel

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CHINA TOWN HALL: Local Connections, National Reflections

China Town Hall

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电子版《神州学人》杂志

《神州学人》杂志及《神州学人.电子版》一是坚持以对 在外留学人员进行爱国主义教育和中华民族传统文化教育,吸引和鼓励留学人员回国工作或以适当形式为祖国服务为办刊宗旨,紧紧围绕留学工作,认真贯彻落实全 国宣传工作、对外宣传工作、教育宣传工作会议精神,及时跟踪报道党和政府的大政方针、各级政府和用人单位对留学人员的有关政策、留学人员刻苦学习、为国服 务的典型事迹等等,为留学教育工作创造了良好的舆论环境;二是进一步解放思想,实事求是,大胆求变,开拓创新,进行了电子版改版,成功建立了四个海外镜像 站。努力改革了杂志传统发行办法,理顺了国外发行渠道,提高了《神州学人》杂志及《神州学人.电子版》的宣传效果。

《神州学人》杂志电子版_教育部门户网站_MOE.GOV.CN

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第九届“春晖杯”中国留学人员创业创新大赛

第九届“春晖杯”中国留学人员创业创新大赛: 报名截止日期7月31日

纽约赛区参赛项目火热报名中

第九届“春晖杯”中国留学人员创业创新大赛纽约赛区参赛项目正在火热报名中,请大家积极参加,早日实现创业梦想。

关于“春晖杯”创业大赛及其特点

◆ 主办单位:中华人民共和国教育部、科学技术部;

◆ 中国面向全球留学人员的唯一国家级创业大赛,已连续举办8届,央媒及众多媒体广泛报道,是国内规模最大、参与留学人员最多、各方关注最高的国家级创业大赛;

◆ 获得中央及各级政府、开发区、留学生创业园数额不等的专项资金资助,资助金额和比例高;

◆ 已举办8届,共有1376个项目入围;历届入围项目有近三分之一已落地国内孵化,部分已成为上市公司;2013年第8届大赛共有276个项目参赛,其中192个项目入围,入围比例高。

入围项目得到的支持和资助

◆ 享受中央及各地政府、开发区、留学人员创业园对留学人员企业优惠政策支持;

◆ 获全额资助,回国参加广州“春晖杯”入围项目颁奖典礼和大型对接会,可与100多家国内政府主管部门及相关机构、开发区、留学人员创业园和风险投资机构就项目落地实施举行深度对接;

◆ 获全额资助,回国参加中国留学人员广州科技交流会;

◆ 获全额资助,赴国内相关地区进行项目落地考察活动;

◆ 中国驻纽约总领事馆、中国留学服务中心、《神州学人》杂志对入围项目提供持久支持,直至成功落地。

关于“春晖杯”大赛纽约赛区

◆ 2014年起在纽约专设赛区,主要面向纽约领区的中国留学人员,领区包括纽约州、俄亥俄州、宾夕法尼亚州、新泽西州、缅因州、佛蒙特州、罗德岛州、康涅狄格州、马萨诸塞州、新罕布什尔州;

◆ 纽约赛区承办单位:中国驻纽约总领事馆教育组;

◆ 信息查询及在线报名网址:http://cyds.cscse.edu.cn

报名须知

◆ 凡正在或曾在纽约领区十州学习或工作的中国留学人员均可报名;

◆ 无论到中国任何地方创业,均可报名;  

◆ 请在报名网站首页选择“纽约赛区”填写相关信息;

◆ 不收取任何费用。

参赛项目要求

◆ 参赛项目有较高创新水平和较强市场竞争力、有较好的潜在经济效益和社会效益;

◆ 具有高技术、高附加值、节能降耗、有利环境保护的科技创新项目或创意。行业领域可划分为:电子信息;生物、医药;资源与环境;光机电一体化;新材料;新能源与高效节能;科技农业;现代服务业、文化创意及其它高新技术领域。

纽约赛区赛事流程

◆ 网上报名:2013年4月21日—7月31日;

◆ 评审:9月2日至5日“春晖杯”创业大赛组委会评审参赛项目;

◆ 公示:9月17日前确定全球入围项目并在“春晖杯”创业大赛网站上进行为期7天的公示;

◆ 评奖:大赛组委会将为纽约赛区入围项目评选出一、二等奖若干;

◆ 颁奖大会:2014年9月24日中国驻纽约总领馆将为获得本赛区一、二等奖的入围项目获得者颁奖并邀请国内科技园、留学人员创业园以及用人单位一同参加,进行项目对接、科技合作和人才洽谈,第一时间与国内有关单位接洽;

◆ 交流洽谈会:2014年10月27日在纽约举办以人才招聘、创业项目对接、创新论坛为主要内容的洽谈会,邀请国内知名高校、留学人员创业园和科研机构参加。

◆ 回国参加相关活动:2014年12月,纽约赛区所有入围项目代表赴广州参加“春晖杯”入围项目颁奖典礼和大型对接会、参加中国留学人员广州科技交流会,到国内相关地区进行项目落地考察活动。

项目后期推广

“春晖杯”创业大赛组委会办公室将努力打造留学人员回国创业的项目汇聚、项目培训、项目对接、项目启动平台,包括:

◆ 面向各地政府、高新技术产业开发区、留学人员创业园、风险投资机构、科技管理部门等全面推广入围项目;

◆ 发布《“春晖杯”大赛专刊》,在中国留学网、《神州学人》杂志等中国留学生媒介上推介项目;

◆ 持续安排各种洽谈对接活动(如每年6月份大连“海创周”及各地项目对接平台)。

纽约赛区联系人

◆ 中国驻纽约总领事馆教育组傅博领事、丁捷副领事

电话:(212)244-9392 转 8007、8011

E-mail: sinofubo@gmail.com, dingjiejia@gmail.com

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