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November 4, 2010
Washington University Students for International Collaboration on the Environment (WUSICE) will host the first U.S.-China Undergraduate Conference on Climate Change and Sustainability Thursday through Tuesday, Nov. 4-9, on the Danforth Campus. The conference, which will address issues of energy, food production, climate change, environmental justice and more, is free and open to the public. Eleven undergraduate students representing Fudan University in Shanghai, China, will attend the conference at the invitation of Washington University.
August 4, 2011
On August 4-6, 2011, the Oklahoma University Institute for US-China Issues and Fudan University brought together 12 Chinese and American diplomats in Yuexi County, Anhui Province for the fourth USCDD.
November 1, 2012
Gish Jen interacted with academic and public audiences in Shanghai and Nanjing and presented her lecture “Re-write America” to English language and literature majors at Fudan University, Nanjing Normal University, and Nanjing University.
December 12, 2013
On December 12-14, the Oklahoma University Institute for US-China Issues and Fudan University brought together 16 mid-career Chinese and American diplomats in Haikou City in Hainan, China for the 6th annual US-China Diplomatic Dialogue. The American participants came from the US Embassy in Beijing, and US consulates in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, and Shenyang. The Chinese diplomats came from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing.
July 1, 2014
A study abroad program at Fudan University. Fudan University was founded in 1905, and named after a Confucian classic “Shang Shu” written about two thousand years ago. Over the past 80 years, Fudan University has grown into a comprehensive university consisting of 5 branches of learning: the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, technological sciences, and management studies. Fudan has 8 schools, 29 departments, 23 research institutes, and 9 inter department centers. Over 11,000 students attend, and is staffed by more than 2500 teachers.

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