Join the TNGO Student Group for a program focused on the role of civil society and TNGOs in China:
Student/Faculty Panel Discussion on the Perspectives of TNGOs and Civil Society in China
Date: Thursday, December 3rd
Venue: Eggers Room 341, Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
Moderated by Tosca Bruno-VanVijfeijken, Co-Director of the TNGO Initiative at Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
Professor Zhen Qian is
a visiting fellow at Syracuse University Maxwell School. His previous
experience includes working for
the International Strategy Institute at the Central Party School.
Professor Qian is conducting ongoing research on China's rural
elections, democratization in China, and Western political theory.
a grassroots community organizer from China, is studying nonprofit
management and community development as a Ford Foundation Fellow in the
EMPA program. Her background
is in the NGO sector, having most recently created the Shimenkan
Connnection, which focuses on Christian community development and the
preservation of ethnic culture in isolated minority villages.
Jiwei Zhang is a Ford Foundation Fellow studying
in the EMPA program at Syracuse University Maxwell School. His work
experience includes 6 years at Kunming Municipal Bureau of Finance in
the capitol city of Yunnan Province in China.
is a former Professor of Public Administration from the National School
of Administration of China and a current member of the People's
Republic of China's State Writing Committee of Civil
Servant Law. He received his PhD in Public Administration in 1997.
Shiming is a visiting scholar at SU studying government reform in the
U.S. and conducting researching for his book, Comparative Studies of Administrative Reforms between
China and the U.S.
Co-sponsored by the TNGO Initiative Student Group and the East Asia Program of Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs.
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