The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing: Challenge and Opportunity for China
starting July 16, 2008 Starts: 12:00pm Ends: 1:00pm
"The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing: Challenge and Opportunity for China," by Tianxiang Zhan, History, China
The award-winning lecture series showcases many of PSU's visiting professors.
What: Brown-bag lecture series
When: Wednesday, July 16th, 2008
Where: Smith Memorial Student Union Multicultural Center, room 228 (1825 SW Broadway).
Time: Noon – 1:00 pm
Cost: All lectures are free and open to the public
For more information, contact Dawn White, Office of International Affairs, at 503-725-5075. Additional information is also available at www.oia.pdx.edu/ivpp/.
The "Tour the World" lecture series is sponsored by the Office of International Affairs, Summer Session, and the Multicultural Center.
Tianxiang Zhan received his MA from the Department of History at Zhejiang University, where he now teaches. He travels and lectures widely at American universities and at international conferences, including the Friends World Program, Wharton International Forum, and the Symposium on International Education. Professor Zhan was a visiting professor at PSU in 1996-97 and has returned every summer since then to teach in the Summer Session.
Official Website: http://www.pdx.edu/events/20690/
Added by multimodal on July 1, 2008