By many measures, America is no longer seen as positively as it once was in China. We track some of these changes.
International Colloquium on China
Colorado State University will host an International Colloquium on China Sept. 8-10 to showcase some of the university's partnerships and research programs that directly address the challenges and opportunities facing China.
Colorado State University hosts the campus-wide INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM ON CHINA
Wednesday, September 8 - Friday, September 10
CSU has planned 11 panel sessions, over a three-day period, that will
showcase how CSU's faculty is actively engaged in research and other
collaborations throughout China.
Location: All panel discussions will be held in the Lory Student Center.
Panelists include CSU faculty, distinguished visitors from China, and a
array of experts from the public and private sectors.
Panels are FREE and open to the public.
Wednesday, September 8
*How Low Can You Go: Strategies to Reduce Carbon Emissions and Still
Thursday, September 9
*Ensuring Food Security for China's Future - Global Environmental
Worldwide Problems, Local Solutions
*Food and Agricultural Worker Safety in China
*Visions of Chinese Culture, Past and Present
*Climate Change Challenges for the U.S. and China
*China-U.S. Relations in the 21st Century
*Progress Towards a Clean Energy Future in China
Friday, September 10
*Pandas, Black Bears and People: Managing Human Wildlife Conflict in
and the U.S.
*Doing Business in China
*Sustaining Water Supplies in the U.S. and China
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The Center for Asian Studies