Announcements Archive: 2019

November

Masters Program in Computer Science (MPCS) at the University of Chicago

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

October

Call for Applications: UChicago/Getty Dissertation Workshop in Chinese Art History August 2020

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 11, 2019

July

Hiring: Senior/Executive Director

The Center in Beijing is now hiring the Senior/Executive Director.
July 31, 2019

Global Alumni Forum: Launch your Venture (in Hong Kong)

by Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
July 11, 2019

February

2019 Summer Institute in Law and Economics: Regulation of Consumer Markets

Study the Field of Law and Economics at its Birthplace
The eighth annual Summer Institute Program is designed for international faculty, with courses to help you integrate law and economics into teaching and research.
February 21, 2019

Call for Abstracts: Asia as Action: Scaling Ethnography of the Everyday

The University of Chicago Center in Beijing is inviting graduate students and emerging scholars to participate in a graduate student conference to consider the meaning and politics of “Asia” in everyday contexts.
February 20, 2019