In light of the coronavirus situation in China and related travel advisories, the University of Chicago Center in Beijing will remain closed until April 15. The decision of when to re-open the center will be based on the developing situation, with the paramount goal of maintaining the safety of our faculty, students, staff and visitors. The University remains committed to the research, education, academic collaborations, and community partnerships that our Center in Beijing makes possible, and we look forward to the resumption of activities as soon as conditions allow.
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The University of Chicago Center in Beijing provides a physical presence to enhance and strengthen the University’s traditionally strong ties to Chinese thought and culture. Building upon more than a century of collaboration between scholars from Chicago and China, the Center in Beijing enables the University to expand existing activities and form new alliances and partnerships with universities, businesses, medical centers, policy groups, government agencies, and cultural organizations in China.About us
Today, we are announcing new steps in service of these goals that the current extraordinary circumstances require. We will be acting collectively to prevent and slow the spread of the virus. We are committed to maintaining University research and daily operations, and ensuring that all students can realize their academic objectives, but we understand that doing so will present new challenges. We extend our appreciation in advance to our faculty, students, staff, and the University community for their collective efforts to fulfil the distinctive mission of the University in today’s deeply challenging environment.
The University of Chicago is moving to remote learning for undergraduate and graduate classes for the entire Spring Quarter of 2020, beginning on Monday, March 30, the first day of the Spring Quarter. Extensive preparations are in process under the Provost’s leadership, and we will provide detailed guidance over the next week about remote teaching.
March 12, 2020
In the ongoing fight against the new COVID-19 epidemic, University of Chicago Medicine Professor of Pathology Shu-Yuan Xiao has been involved on the ground in Wuhan, China, as well as in the medical room to study and research this new disease.
March 6, 2020
The Center in Beijing hosts another art exhibition, "The Painted Screen: An Exhibition About an Exhibition," curated by UChicago Professor of Art History Wu Hung.
December 22, 2019
In a new, state-of-the-art research and teaching facility in the historic John Crerar Library Building, the heart of the science campus, the MPCS is located in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago’s Hyde Park Campus. As a graduate student at one of the world’s premier universities, you will be a member of a unique and distinguished intellectual community and enjoy the many benefits of academic life that the University of Chicago offers.
The MPCS offers a comprehensive computer science education that combines the foundations of computer science with the applied skills necessary for careers in technology. The program offers a rigorous curriculum in theory, programming, and applications with the ability to tailor coursework to the career goals and backgrounds of our students.
November 6, 2019
Application deadline: 11:59 pm on December 16, 2019 (Chicago time, CST)
Workshop IV Dates: August 1-13, 2020
Workshop IV Location: University of Chicago Center in Beijing
October 10, 2019