Leaders for 21st Century Training
Education Center for Administrators, Shanghai,
with The College of Staten Island
University of New York
19, 2003-August 18, 2003
program brings three visiting scholars
from Shanghai, China, to the College of
Staten Island from February 19, 2003 to
August 18, 2003. The purpose of the scholars
visit is to explore all aspects of American
society and to conduct research associated
with their individual goals. They are
part of a continuing program for the New
Leaders for the 21st Century
Training Program, focusing on American
topics. The program is sponsored by the
Shanghai municipal government and is conducted
by the College of Staten Island of the
City University of New York.
at the College of Staten Island, the scholars
attend courses, meet with various community
and government leaders, conduct research
on leadership issues, and participate
in various educational, social and cultural
activities in the New York City area.
They reside with local host families and
participate in the everyday life of the
community. Coordination of activities
and support is provided by the Political
Science, Economics and Philosophy Department
(PEP) and the Center for International
Service. For more information, contact
Ann Helm, Barbara Clark and Winnie Brophy
at the Center (718-982 -2100) or Prof.
Ming Xia at the PEP department (718-982-3197).
Xiaoling Shen is Deputy Director
of the Youth Division of Human Resource
Department, Shanghai Airport Authority.
Prior to that, she was working as Deputy
Director of Enterprise Management Department,
Shanghai Airport Operation and Management
from 1998-2002. She received her M.S. in
Business Administration at Asia International
Open University and received a B.S. in History
Education at Shanghai Normal University.
Shuguang Hu is currently a Deputy
Chief Judge of the Second Civil Division
of Shanghai High People's Court and Judge
of the Second Civil Division of Shanghai
High People's Court. Mr. Hu also a part-time
lecturer in Shanghai Judges Training Center.
He holds a degree at the Law School of Shanghai
University and completed postgraduate courses
of Civil and Commercial Law in East China
Institute of Politics and Law.
Qiang Lu is currently the Vice-Mayor
of Hungdu Town government, Jiading, Shanghai,
a position he has held since 1995. He holds
a degree in Economy and Management at Shanghai
Fishery University. Prior to that, he was
working at the Rear and Fishery Bureau,
Jiading, Shanghai. While at CSI, Mr. Lu
hopes to improve his English and learn about
U.S. culture and administration.