The CAPA-CT 2017 Annual Conference: Transformation in Higher Education

The Chinese-American Professors’ Association in Connecticut (CAPA-CT) has successfully held its 3rd annual Interdisciplinary conference on the campus of Yale University, Hall of Graduate Studies (320 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511) on Saturday, November 11, 2017. The conference received a letter from Dr. Peter Salovey, Yale University’s President, and a letter from Consul General Zhang Qiyue at the Chinese Consulate General in New York.

2017 CAPA-CT Conference news has been reported at Scholarsuporte.net, 美国康州华人教授协会( CAPA-CT)第三届年会纪实, 美国华裔教授专家网.

For the conference agenda, please see 2017 CAPA-CT Conference Program.

For more information, please see the conference information on our News and Events page.

The CAPA-CT 2016 Annual Conference: Sustainable Development and Education

The Chinese-American Professors Association in Connecticut (CAPA-CT) had successfully held its 2nd annual conference on the University of Connecticut Storrs campus on Saturday, October 22, 2016. The theme was sustainable development and education. Participants were come from diverse academic disciplines with various cultural, linguistic, and national backgrounds. The conference information can be seen via the Conference Program, the campus and site map, and driving directions.

 

The CAPA-CT 2015 Annual Conference: China in the 21st Century

The 2015 Annual Conference Proceedings can be found and purchased at in print version, and in ebook version.

 

Inauguration (2014)

Inauguration Picture

CAPA-CT Inauguration

The Chinese-American Professors Association in Connecticut (CAPA-CT) held its inaugural ceremony at the Yale West Campus Conference Center on Saturday, March 22, 2014. About 200 Chinese-American Professors from colleges and universities across the nutmeg state joined in the celebration. As President of the association, Dr. Xiusheng (Harrison) Yang of the University of Connecticut launched the ceremony with an introduction to the association’s conception, structure, and future plans. Among the guests of honor who came to extend their good wishes and support were Vice President Linda Lorimer of Yale, Vice Provost Jeffery Ogbar of UConn, Ambassador Guoxiang Sun from the Chinese Consulate General in New York, Dr. Henry Lee of the University of New Haven, State Representative Lonnie Reed of the one hundred second Assembly District, and Dr. Qing Yang of the University of Rohde Island. Before the celebration dinner, Yale and UConn students performed Chinese music and arts. News media from Connecticut, New York, and China were on site to report the landmark event.

Congratulations from China Association for Science and Technology

News Report on the Inauguration by China News

See Additional Pictures from the Inauguration (taken by Ge Feng)