Past Events

Previous University of Chicago Center in Beijing Conferences and Events are listed below. Click on an event for more information.


Kingship and Compassion: The Paradox of Jayavarman VII, Emperor of Angkor by Professor Alan Kolata
王权与慈悲:芝加哥大学教授Alan Kolata讲述带领吴哥王朝走向鼎盛的国王阇耶跋摩七世


Wen Fang Exhibition Opening and Roundtable

3:30–6:00 pm
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Apr.
21

The University of Chicago Center in Beijing proudly presents the Exhibition of Wen Fang on April 21, 2019. 


The Department of Art History at the University of Chicago is seeking applications from doctoral candidates in Chinese art history from the United States, Europe, and Asia for the third University of Chicago/Getty Dissertation Workshop in Chinese Art History, funded by the Getty Foundation as part of its “Connecting Art Histories” initiative.


International Symposium on Safety of Vulnerable Road Users

All day
Through March 26, 2019
Empark Grand Hotel

Begins
Mar. 25

The Independent Council for Road Safety International (ICoRSI) meeting in China marks the third year in Changsha.


Harris School Reception for Admitted Students

7:00–9:00 pm
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Mar.
22

Harris School held a reception at the University of Chicago Center in Beijing to welcome recently admitted students in the Beijing area.


Paulson Institute: Business Opportunities for Climate Action

All day
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Mar.
15

The Paulson Institute and China Center for International Economic Exchange hosted a half-day knowledge-sharing workshop on the Business Opportunities for Climate Action at the University of Chicago Center in Beijing.


Begins
Mar. 9

The University of Chicago Center for the Art of East Asia, Zhejiang University Center for Buddhist Art, and  the School of Architecture at Tsinghua University will jointly organize this conference to further look at the Ming Dynasty Zhihua Temple's position in the broader picture of the Ming-Qing Buddhist Monastic art and culture.


Mar.
7

With the future of public health insurance subsidies in the United States and many countries in flux, gauging the effects of public insurance on health care spending, financial security, and physical and mental health is crucial. Such effects are notoriously hard to assess, however, because there are many differences between uninsured and insured populations that may affect health.
 
Dean Baicker and colleagues used a rare opportunity to conduct a randomized, controlled evaluation of the effects of the US Medicaid program on a wide range of outcomes. Dean Baicker will present recent findings from this and other studies to shed light on the likely effects of changes in health policy.


Climate Activists with Global Vision Series Talk Ⅲ

6:30–8:30 pm
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Jan.
21

A New Era of Climate Negotiation: The Process Driven by Diverse Participants
气候谈判新时代——多元化参与者推动谈判进


University of Chicago Center in Beijing Open House

2:00–4:00 pm
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Jan.
19

Join us for an open house at the Center in Beijing on Saturday, January 19, 2019. 


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