Chinese Studies is a young and small, but vibrant and exciting program at Utah Valley University. It is maybe one of the most active small units in the university, collaborating with colleagues and programs all over the university.
You can join the activities of Chinese Studies already on this website. If you choose the menu item "activities", you can choose Events, blog, Mailinglist, conferences and student clubs. You can also leave us feedback on the feedback form.
You can also check out the diverse study opportunities under menu title "study", research under "research" or career opportunities under "China".
You may also simply come and join the bi-weekly Chinese Lunch, where we speak Chinese at lunch.
|Archive: Past Events|
|4/8, 4/15, 4/16/2013||Classroom presentation about Chinese Studies offers in all Chinese language classes|
|THU-FRI 3/28-29, MON-TUE 4/1-2/2013 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.||4 days promotion tables for Chinese Studies, in conjunction with Chinese Lunch Club|
|TUE 4/16/2013 1-2:15 p.m.||
Dr. Kent Millington, Director Technology Transfe, UVU
|T HU 2/14/2013 1-2:15 p.m.||
Richard Peterson, Ex. VP "Transfuels LLC"
, Salt Lake City.
|T 2/12/2013 1-2:15 p.m.||
Sheryl Laukat, C.E.O. "Cannonball Musical Instruments"
|R 2/7/2013 1-2:15 p.m.||
Brad Bullough, Chief of Operations "ATL Technologies", Springville.
|R 1/24/2013 1-2:15 p.m.||Garth Peay, founder and president of "Perfectly suited", Provo. 1 in SC cafeteria 2nd floor.|
FRI 2/15/2013 9-11 a.m. and 7-9 p.m.
||Chinese Spring Festival organized by the Chinese Club, International Students Council and others|
|R & F 3/7-3/8/2013||
2nd UVU Chinese Studies Conference: China and the Asian-Pacific region - the new US Focus - REGISTER NOW
Field Trip: Association of Asian Studies annual meeting - San Diego, contact Hong Pang, Martin Woesler
|T & R 1-1:30 p.m. Spring 2013||
"Chinese Lunch"- Speak Chinese! in SC cafeteria, 2nd floor, please look for the colorful Chinese Lion head! Contact Martin Woesler
|1 p.m. T & R until March 2013||
China-related Utah company business leaders invited on campus,SC cafeteria, 2nd floor. (lecture, discussion, connect with students) Look for the Chinese Lion head!
|Archive: Past Events|
|W 1/30/2013||Opening Social: joint event - Multicultural Club & Chinese Lunch Club - Free Food! will auction Chinese art|
|R 1/24/2013 1-2:15 p.m.||Public Lecture: Join us for China Business Talk Public Lecture Series Eat & Meet Garth Peay, founder and president of "Perfectly suited", Provo. Lecture and free lunch (limitations apply) in SC cafeteria, 2nd floor- please look for the Chinese Lion head|
|1/15-16/2013||2 days Chinese Studies promotion tables, jointly with Chinese Lunch Club at Club Rush, SC Grande Ballroom|
Classroom presentations for Chinese Studies - 29 students enrolled in the Chinese Studies Minor so far
|10/29/2012||Chinese Studies courses for Spring 2013 are double booked with the following departments: ENG, HIS, CINE, THEA, HUM and are open for enrollment now|
|10/25/2012 9-9:30 a.m. SLC WTC||
Agreement with the Governor's Office China Trade Representative Cynthia Chen on support on
- Bringing China-related Utah Business Leaders on campus for a lecture series
- Offering internships and jobs in China-related Utah companies and in China for UVU Chinese Studies students
|10/24-25/2012||2-day Promotion Table for Chinese Studies on Club Bazaar, co-organized with Chinese Lunch Club (popcorn, cotton candy, pizza)|
|10/23 and 10/26/2012||2-day Promotion Table for Chinese Studies, co-organized with Chinese Lunch Club (pizza)|
|10/22/2012||Classroom presentations in Chinese language classes with checklist for enrollment in Chinese Studies Minor|
|10/8/2012 3 p.m.||Marketing of Woodbury School starts campaign "Business Major - Chinese Studies Minor - Build a Global Resume"|
|10/4-5/2012||The following faculty accept invitation to become member of the Chinese Studies Program Faculty Committee: Dr. David McArthur, Dr. Hong Pang, Dr. Jon Westover|
|9/14/2012||Developing Business in China adds pre-/co-requisites "Introduction to Chinese Studies", "Traditional Chinese History"|
|9/14/2012||Classroom presentation in Crosscultural Communication class|
|8/2012||Agreement with Business Management on joint study programs B.Sc. of Business Management and international emphasis (with or without foreign language track) and Chinese Studies|
|07/---/8/2012||4-day Promotion Table for Chinese Studies Minor|
|07/13/2012||Board of Regents approved Chinese Studies Minor|
|07/30-31/2012||Chinese Summer Days , contact Stacy Lyon, Baldomero Lago, for language: Alex Yuan, for culture: Martin Woesler|
|05-06/2012||Study abroad program 2012 in Chuxiong, China , Director Alex Yuan, contact Grant Skabelund|
|05/10/2012||Conference "Doing Business with China" , contact Norm Wright|
|end 04/2012||Chinese Teacher Summit|
|SAT 04/07/2012||Utah Business Language Championship, including Business Chinese, contact Alex Yuan|
|RF 03/23-24/2012||Conference: China's Impact on the World - Economics, Politics, Culture, website: http://tinyurl.com/uvuchina, contact Martin Woesler|
|R-S 03/14-18/2012||Visit of Toronto Chinatown - conduct research on Salt Lake City's historical Chinatown and find out why it does not exist any longer - visit Toronto's Chinatown and participate in the largest international conference in Chinese Studies in Toronto, this project runs until end of 2012, sponsored by ELLA, contact Licia Kim, Martin Woesler|
|02/06 7:00 p.m. LI 120||Lecture by Dr. Jonathan Chu, University of Massachusetts-Boston: "Tea, the China Trade and the Economic Consequences of Freedom" , contact Department of History|
|T 01/24 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. LA 213||Teaching Demonstration by candidate in conjunction with the position opening for an Assistant Professor of China's Political Economy|
|F 01/27 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. LI 213||
Teaching Demonstration by candidate in conjunction with the position opening for an Assistant Professor of China's Political Economy
|F 01/27/2012, 7:00-9:00 p.m.||
Celebration: Chinese New Year / Spring Festival, Center Stage, UVU International Student Services, Chinese Club and Department of Languages
|Every W 2:00-2:30 p.m. Spring 2012||
"Chinese Lunch" - Speak Chinese! in SC cafeteria, 2nd floor, contact Martin Woesler