WEBINAR [9/22] – Chinese Students in America: Still Caught in the Crosshairs?

Chinese Students In America: Still Caught in the Crosshairs? via Zoom Webinar Thursday, September 22nd8pm Washington DC | 7pm Chicago | 5pm Los Angeles As pandemic travel restrictions ease and international students return to American campuses, will Chinese students and scholars still be the largest international presence on campus?  Will Chinese students and scholars still find…

Connecting Past, Present, and Future: A Conversation with Samuel R. Berger Fellows

Launched in 2019, USCET’s Samuel “Sandy” R. Berger Memorial Fellowship nurtures the next generation of Chinese leaders in US-China relations, honoring the legacy of former National Security Advisor, diplomat, and political consultant Samuel Berger (1945-2015). USCET has supported six Berger Fellows since the 2019 launch, with applications currently being accepted for the 2022 cohort. Selected…

USCET Releases 16th ASN Conference Report

[Washington, DC] The 16th American Studies Network (ASN) conference, held in June, brought Chinese and American scholars together to reflect on 50 eventful years of bilateral relations and to consider what the future may hold. USCET’s summary report highlights key discussions and takeaways from the conference and reaffirms USCET’s commitment to keeping nongovernmental channels of…

16th ASN Conference – Nixon and China + 50: Reflections on Five Decades of US-China Relations

Download the Conference Report and Program Below Session One 07:30-10:30am Beijing | 19:30-22:30 Washington DC (June 10th) Opening Remarks Panel One: Is There Opportunity in Crisis? Responses to Environmental ChallengesThe US and China have been both collaborators and competitors in the arena of climate governance. As new studies reveal the urgency of the global environmental…

Event – Hung Liu: Art, Practice, and Legacy

In partnership with the National Portrait Gallery, the US-China Education Trust (USCET) presents an exciting event on Hung Liu’s life, art, and legacy. Moderated by National Portrait Gallery Painting and Sculpture Curator Dorothy Moss, who worked with the artist on the exhibit for three years, the panel discussion will feature artists Mel Chin and Lenore Chinn,…

USCET Receives Ford and Luce Foundation Grants

[WASHINGTON D.C.] The US-China Education Trust (USCET), a longtime leader in educational programs and exchanges that promote understanding between the people of the United States and China, has received two major grants to support its core work and expansion into new areas.   “USCET is honored to receive support from both the Ford Foundation and…