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UCLA Center for Chinese Studies说:留言于2018-01-18 01:47:19(第5条)
The Good Child: Moral Development in a Chinese Preschool

Thursday, January 18, 2017
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bunche Hall 10383

Talk by Jing Xu, University of Washington/Washington University in St. Louis
Based on 12-month fieldwork in Shanghai that integrates ethnography and experiment, this talk examines Chinese preschool-kindergarten children’s moral education and development. Chinese academic traditions take zuo ren—self-fulfillment in terms of moral cultivation—as the ultimate goal of education. To many in contemporary China, however, the nation seems gripped by anxiety of moral decay during China’s social transformations. Placing Chinese children, alternately seen as China''s greatest hope and derided as self-centered "little emperors," at the center of its analysis, this talk traces how Chinese socialization beliefs and methods influence young children’s construction of a moral world. In particular, it investigates young children’s sharing behavior as part of a larger educational project for cultivating “the good child,” a project that is both grounded in historical foundations of moral cultivation and shaped by new educational anxieties in China. The combination of anthropological and psychological theories and methods illuminates how cultural forces mediate the development of morality at its earliest stage.

Jing Xu is an anthropologist affiliated with the University of Washington (Seattle) and Washington University in St. Louis. She received her Ph.D. in Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis in 2014. She received her M.A. in Sociology and B.A. in Journalism from Tsinghua University, China. Situated at the intersection between anthropology, psychology, and Chinese studies, she has broad interests in moral development, child-rearing and cultural transmission in contemporary China as well as cross-cultural comparative contexts.

Specifically, her dissertation research in anthropology combined ethnographic and experimental methods to examine Chinese children’s moral life under the one-child policy and China’s socio-moral transformations. Her postdoctoral research in developmental psychology at the University of Washington used lab-based experiments to investigate prosocial development in infancy and early childhood. She has published a monograph, The Good Child: Moral Development in a Chinese Preschool, and peer-reviewed articles in both anthropology and psychology journals. Currently she is working on a new project on child-rearing, parental anxiety and children’s psycho-social wellbeing in Chinese families.

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CCC Chancellor''''s Office说:留言于2018-01-18 00:40:38(第4条)
On Wednesday, Gov. Jerry Brown released his 2018-19 budget proposal, which continues to invest in the California Community Colleges in alignment with the system’s Vision for Success. Of particular note is the shared commitment by the governor and Board of Governors to better serve working adults. To that end, the governor is moving forward with a fully online community college that would operate under a new college district administered by the Chancellor’s Office.
Too many Californians find themselves economically and educationally stranded in today’s economy.
By 2020, 65 percent of jobs in the U.S. will require a college credential, according to estimates by the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce. Artificial intelligence, the rise of the gig economy and automation are changing the future of work and the skillsets needed to succeed. There are 2.5 million adults in the prime working ages of 25 to 34 who have only a high school diploma or some college but no degree. The vast majority are working and cannot access our traditional college programs.
The California Community Colleges will lead the way for these working learners with a fully online college to provide skills and credentials they need to improve their social and economic mobility and move our state forward. This new, competency-based online college will be unlike any other public online education platform and will focus predominately on sub-associate degree credentials of value tailored to the needs of this population.
The online college will not compete for students already being served by community colleges because these working learners cannot and do not access our traditional college programs.
Gov. Brown summed it up nicely: "This is targeted to several million people who could upgrade their skills by taking online courses and maintaining their employment, which they really need.”
The governor is showing true leadership and tremendous confidence in our system, and we will fully commit to seeing this approach help more working Californians succeed in this economy. A broad coalition made up of representatives of organized labor, employer groups, educators as well as public policy and social justice organizations has already come out in public support of this approach.
We are also heartened to see the governor propose $46 million to fund legislation from last year to support first-time, full-time students through the California College Promise. If approved, these funds would be distributed to community college districts that satisfy program requirements. The California College Promise, with its component state and local support structures, are strengthening the college-going culture across our state.
The governor also is proposing important changes to the way community colleges in California are funded overall, with a greater focus on student outcomes and more flexibility for colleges.
Finally, I would like to touch on a decision made earlier this week by a federal district court in California granting an injunction against the Trump administration’s rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACA allows individuals who were brought into the United States without documentation as children to remain in the United States, to work, and to get an education and receive financial aid.

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U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)说:留言于2018-01-18 00:22:31(第3条)
Today CDRH is releasing its 2018-2020 Strategic Priorities. Our measure of success is that by December 31, 2020, more than 50 percent of manufacturers of novel technologies for the U.S. market intend to bring their devices to the U.S. first or in parallel with other major markets. We seek to achieve this goal through the systematic application of the following three approaches:

• Employee Engagement, Opportunity, and Success
• Simplicity
• Collaborative Communities

In using these approaches we will continue to work and build on our 2016-2017 Strategic Priorities, such establishing the National Evaluation System for health Technology (NEST) and partnering with patients. Along with the release of our 2018-2020 Strategic Priorities, we are providing an update on our 2016-2017 Strategic Priorities, for which we have met or exceeded all of our goals. Already we are seeing the impact of our investments in accomplishing these priorities. For example, in calendar year 2017, CDRH approved the largest number of medical devices in the history of the program – 95 – continuing an almost annual increase in novel device approvals since 2009.

As always, we cannot reach these goals without collaboration and support from our customers. We look forward to working with you to achieve the objectives of these Strategic Priorities and, ultimately, our vision.
留言于2018-01-13 01:39:06(第2条)
这是给博客主人的悄悄话哦。
蔣經國先生逝世30週年紀念活動说:留言于2018-01-13 01:39:05(第1条)
邀請函:蔣經國先生逝世30週年紀念活動
敬邀南加州僑界各大社團參加共同主辦,紀念這位曾經為台灣立下汗馬功勞的平民總統。2018年元月十三日為蔣經國先生逝世30週年,他生前為台灣創下了亞洲四小龍的經濟奇蹟而揚名國際,為兩岸關係打開交流之門,直到油盡燈枯,任上逝世,為國為民,鞠躬盡瘁之精神令人敬佩。為紀念他生前對台灣的貢獻,決定在30週年的當天為他舉行紀念展覧暨座談會,表達對他的尊崇與懷念。籌備工作由洛杉磯僑界社團及熱心人士共同籌劃,並邀請南加州各大社團共同參與主辦。
時間:中華民國107年1月13日 (1/13/2018) (星期六)
上午 11:00 時,蔣經國先生圖片展覽開始
下午 1:00時, 蔣經國先生紀念會開始
1:30時,蔣經國先生紀錄片放映
2:30時,廖介民先生專題演講:「台灣的危機:法治崩潰,民粹意識形態治國,將是死路一條 」
地點: San Marino Center, 1800 Huntington Drive, San Marino CA 91108
展覧暨座談方式:
展覧: 主要是以蔣經國先生生前之照片為主,並放映有關他在生活工作中的紀錄片及生前週邊友人對他的思念與談話。
座談方式: 將邀請專家學者發表演講,並參與座談,共同懷念蔣經國先生生前對台灣的貢獻, 並討論有關台灣的過去、現狀與未來。
主辦單位:由南加州僑界各大社團共同主辦
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