Past Events

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


The 8th Annual Joint Conference of University of Chicago and PUMCH Liver Surgery

All day
Through September 7, 2019
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Begins
Sep. 6

Advances in Treating Solid Tumors and Academic Skills


OCAT Institute 2019 Annual Lecture Series

All day
Through September 4, 2019
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Begins
Sep. 2

Three Transnational Moments in the History of Chinese Art
Speaker:Craig Clunas


New Approaches to the Study of Manuscripts and Other Written Artefacts

7:00–8:30 pm
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Aug.
27

Manuscript Studies have become popular in recent years. The talk presented comparative approaches as developed at the Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures at the University of Hamburg. In addition, new insights in traditional ways we look at manuscripts and other written artefacts were introduced.


2019 Beijing Launchpad Reception

5:30–7:30 pm
Baijia Dayuan

Aug.
16

A warm reception for the University of Chicago greater China community in Beijing.


Begins
Aug. 15

The conference is the sixth (and the last in this series) in a sequence of conferences held biennially on the art of tombs, the longest and most deeply rooted ritual art tradition in pre-modern China. This is a vital and growing field of study both in the sense of the increasing materials available from archeological activity and in the multi-disciplinary scholarship that it has inspired.


The Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies will organize an online webinar for students who are interested in its Graduate Student-at-Large (GSAL) program.


Beijing: the Capital of Biodiversity

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

Jul.
31

In this lecture, British wildlife conservationist Terry Townshend explained why Beijing is one of the world’s best capital cities for wildlife, as well as how technology is allowing us to discover incredible secrets about some of this capital's best known species.


Graduate Student-at-Large Program

All day
Through August 6, 2019

Begins
Jul. 25

Graduate-Student-At-Large (GSAL) is a non-degree program that provides students who already have a B.A. degree the opportunity to enroll as full-time students at the University of Chicago. International GSAL students can take undergraduate and graduate courses at University of Chicago College; the Graduate Divisions of the Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities; and the various graduate schools, such as the Divinity School, Chicago Booth School of Business, University of Chicago Law School, Harris School of Public Policy Studies, and the School of Social Service Administration.


The Ninth Chinese Political Sociology Workshop

All day
Through July 19, 2019
University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Begins
Jul. 17

第九届中国政治社会学讲习班


Thanks to the generous support of the University of Chicago Center in Beijing and the University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong, Professor Zhiying Ma at the School of Social Service Administration organized a series of events and activities to promote peer support and explore collaborations in Summer 2019. On July 6-7, “Achieving Recovery through Peer Services: Guangzhou Medical University-University of Chicago Community Mental Health Forum” was held in Asia International Hotel, Guangzhou. Speakers included leading experts on recovery and peer support from the United States, as well as policymakers, researchers, leading psychiatrists, social workers, persons with lived experiences, and family caregivers from across China who had been trying out peer support in different capacities. They shared their knowledge and expertise, discussed cultural adaptability of peer support, and explored practical challenges and solutions. There were more than 200 people in the audience, many of whom were people with lived experiences and their caregivers. As some audience members remarked, it was a rare occasion to have researchers, providers, persons with mental health needs, and caregivers in the same room, talking about an issue of common interest on an equal footing.


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