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Confucius Institute publishes 2016 prospectus

The University at Buffalo Confucius Institute (UBCI) has published its 2016 Prospectus. The document outlines 2016 programs in UBCI’s three major areas of work: (1) as an educational resource center to help Western NY K-12 schools and UB develop Chinese language programs; (2) as a community cultural center to foster a better understanding of Chinese cultural traditions and contemporary China; and (3) as a de facto center for China Studies at UB to develop and support academic research and artistic production on campus.

In addition to ongoing programs like the K-12 guest teacher program, Chinese New Year and Moon Festival celebrations, and the Distinguished Lecture Series, in 2016 UBCI is supporting and organizing, for example:

  • A “Chinese Bridge” study tour for local school administrators and teachers
  • academic symposia in contemporary Chinese art, Chinese views of the global order, and urban planning
  • A residency by HT Chen & Dancers at Nichols School, culminating in a public performance of “South of Gold Mountain” at Nichols School on March 12
  • A roundtable on U.S.-China economic relations
  • A symposium on the UB-China Academic Relationship in Honor of UB Vice Provost for International Education and UBCI Board Co-chair Stephen C. Dunnett

This is just a sample of UBCI’s activity in 2016. Please read the prospectus and look through the website to find out more.

Click here to read the prospectus and find out what’s ahead for UBCI in 2016.

Questions? Call 716-645-9090 or email ubci@buffalo.edu.