Educational Exchange

Spring Third Space Story Circle

USHCA is excited to announce our upcoming seasonal Third Space Story Circle program! Join us for our Spring Story Circle as we dive into topics like cross-cultural understanding, language, and navigating the virtual world in 2024.

2023 U.S.-China Educational Exchange Convening

USHCA’s annual convening of education leaders allows for candid discussion among peers regarding the challenges and opportunities of U.S.-China Educational Exchanges. 2023’s convening will be hosted by Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, Michigan) on August 10 & 11, 2023. The event will bring together education leaders and decision makers from both countries to explore the next chapter of U.S.-China Educational Exchanges.

U.S.-China Educational Exchange Convening

U.S.-China Educational Exchanges have brought tremendous benefits to both countries in the past four decades. But, growing geopolitical tensions have upended traditional models of exchange in many ways. College and university leaders, who have played a fundamentally important role in developing positive relationships between these two nations for decades, are especially aware of the importance of positive communications, productive dialogues, and continued educational exchanges between the world’s two largest economies for their communities, institutions, faculties, and students.

USHCA’s annual convening of education leaders allows for candid discussion among peers regarding the challenges and opportunities of U.S.-China Educational Exchanges. 2023’s convening will be hosted by Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, Michigan) on August 10 & 11, 2023. The event will bring together education leaders and decision makers from both countries to explore the next chapter of U.S.-China Educational Exchanges.

U.S.-China Educational Exchange Convening

U.S.-China Educational Exchanges have brought tremendous benefits to both countries in the past four decades. But, growing geopolitical tensions have upended traditional models of exchange in many ways. College and university leaders, who have played a fundamentally important role in developing positive relationships between these two nations for decades, are especially aware of the importance of positive communications, productive dialogues, and continued educational exchanges between the world’s two largest economies for their communities, institutions, faculties, and students.

USHCA’s annual convening of education leaders allows for candid discussion among peers regarding the challenges and opportunities of U.S.-China Educational Exchanges. 2023’s convening will be hosted by Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, Michigan) on August 10 & 11, 2023. The event will bring together education leaders and decision makers from both countries to explore the next chapter of U.S.-China Educational Exchanges.

U.S.-China Educational Exchange Convening

U.S.-China Educational Exchanges have brought tremendous benefits to both countries in the past four decades. But, growing geopolitical tensions have upended traditional models of exchange in many ways. College and university leaders, who have played a fundamentally important role in developing positive relationships between these two nations for decades, are especially aware of the importance of positive communications, productive dialogues, and continued educational exchanges between the world’s two largest economies for their communities, institutions, faculties, and students.

USHCA’s annual convening of education leaders allows for candid discussion among peers regarding the challenges and opportunities of U.S.-China Educational Exchanges. 2023’s convening will be hosted by Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, Michigan) on August 10 & 11, 2023. The event will bring together education leaders and decision makers from both countries to explore the next chapter of U.S.-China Educational Exchanges.

U.S.-China Educational Exchange: Preparing for Reopening

U.S.-China Educational Exchanges have brought tremendous benefits to both countries in the past four decades. But growing geopolitical tension and the pandemic have upended traditional models of exchange in many ways. College and university leaders, who have played an important role in developing positive relationships between these two nations for decades, are especially aware of the importance of positive communications, productive dialogues, and continued educational exchanges between the world’s two largest economies for their communities, institutions, faculties, and students.

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