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哈佛中国基金会2009 Faculty Grant Program

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  哈佛中国基金会2009 Faculty Grant Program

 

哈佛中国基金会成立于2006年秋,是哈佛大学校际层面的学术“风投”基金,以强化哈佛中国学教育与研究实力为目标。
该基金会资助哈佛大学教师、学院等申请的中国学课题项目以及哈佛教师在中国的教学活动,并致力于为哈佛学生创造与大中华地区亲密接触的契机。
目前该基金会2009年的项目申请已经启动,请同哈佛有合作关系的复旦老师酌情通知哈佛同行申请该基金会项目。
附上该基金会简介链接、以往支持项目简介供参考。
联系人:
外事处 李红、朱贤皛     办公室电话:65642262

哈佛基金会简介:http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~hcf/#

 

以往支持项目简介:
Faculty Grant Program
·          Disabilities. Stimson professor of law William P. Alford, director of East Asian legal studies, and colleagues, working with experts in China, will use $160,000 over three years to develop disability law, civic organizations, and various remedies for that nation’s disabled population (who may number as many as 130 million)—until recently, as the proposal puts it, a “much-neglected area” of law and services.
·          • Crisis management. Herman B. “Dutch” Leonard, who holds professorial appointments in the Kennedy School of Government (KSG) and Harvard Business School, and KSG colleagues will develop, with Tsinghua University, executive-education programs for emergency preparedness and response to crises, a $150,000 venture during its initial 18 months.
·          • Growth and air-pollution control. Butler professor of environmental studies Michael B. McElroy and Chris Nielsen, executive director of the Harvard China Project (www-as.harvard.edu/people/faculty/mbm/curr_research.html), both of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, will direct a two-year, $121,000 project in collaboration with Tsinghua to build scholarly capacity—from basic science to economic modeling and public-health studies—to assess China’s policies for controlling air pollution. (Nielsen coedited Clearing the Air: The Health and Economic Damages of Air Pollution in China, a collection of technical studies by scientists from both countries, just published by MIT Press.)
 
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