The David N. Keightley Fellowship will provide support for high-achieving graduate students in the College of Letters and Science at the University of California, Berkeley. Recipients shall be graduate students whose work focuses on China and/or Chinese subjects, with a … Continued
The Chan Fellows Graduate Student Facilitator coordinates aspects of the Lingnan W.T. Chan Fellows Program with the Public Service Center and the office of Asian Pacific American Student Development (APASD) at UC Berkeley. Through this position, the Graduate Student Facilitator … Continued
The Center for Chinese Studies offers annual competitive fellowships for continuing graduate students in Chinese studies. Awards include: Republic of China East Asian Fellowships Summer Research Grants Liu Dissertation Research Fellowships Joseph R. Levenson Chinese Studies Awards Elvera Kwang Siam … Continued
Do you want to know about China-related events and fellowships on campus? If so, add your name to the Center for Chinese Studies’ mailing list. You will receive weekly announcements of upcoming lectures, conferences, and film screenings. In addition, the … Continued
Fall Events Panel discussion: The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Chinese Politics Tuesday, September 6, 1-5pm 1995 University Avenue, Room 510A China’s Worlds Lecture Series Symposium: In Honor of Dream of the Red Chamber Monday, September 12, 2:30-6pm 180 Doe Library … Continued
The Ministry of Education in China has established the Chinese Government Scholarship — Bilateral Program which offers a full or partial scholarship to those selected for this exchange program with partner institutions in China. The Bilateral Program supports undergraduate and graduate students, as … Continued
China and the United States — the world’s top emitters of greenhouse gases — should be at the forefront of clean energy solutions for an ailing planet. That’s the bold vision of the U.S.-China Green Tech Summit, a gathering that drew more than 400 green technology executives, venture capitalists, academics and others to Beijing last fall.