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U.S. Food and Drug Administration  留言于2018-04-06 06:39:54
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2018 No.7)
FDA has recently approved the following devices to be marketed:

Lifeline/ReviveR ECG and DDU Automated Defibrillators - P160032
The LifeLine/ReviveR Public Access Defibrillators (PAD) family of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are portable, battery operated, defibrillators intended to deliver lifesaving electrical shocks to people experiencing sudden cardiac arrest, a medical condition in which the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating.

Abbott Perclose ProGlide Suture-Mediated Closure System - P960043/S097
The Perclose ProGlide Suture-Mediated Closure System is composed of a plunger, handle, guidewire, and sheath. The device is designed to deliver a single suture (stitch) to close the puncture sites (access sites) in large vessels in the leg (femoral vein or artery) following catheterization procedures. Catheterization procedures are commonly used to observe or treat a disease/condition in blood vessels or in the heart. During these procedures, an opening may be made in the femoral vein or artery to insert a catheter (flexible tube). After the procedure is finished, the catheter is removed. The placement of a suture where the catheter was inserted will prevent blood flow until the access site heals.
「那英:2018北美巡演」演唱會  留言于2018-04-05 04:59:14
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2018 No.7)
那英6日巴沙迪那劇院開唱 部分收益捐中國扶貧



南加州演出時間4月6日晚8時,地點是巴沙迪那劇院(300 E Green St, Pasadena)。
NECINA  留言于2018-04-05 04:42:22
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2018 No.7)
2018 Boston AI, Data Science & Blockchain Conference
Technology. Innovation. Career.

Aiming to catch the latest trends in technology innovation, NECINA has successfully hosted the AI Conference for many years, and this year, we take it to the next level. More influential speakers, both from industry and academia; broader topics, covering Data Science Application, Open-source Software, Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics and Artificial Intelligence and connect to the West Coast, as we work together with the IDEAS International Data Engineering and Science Association from LA and Harvard CSSA. We hope that through participating the conference, you will gain the exposure to cutting-edge technology, identify the real business needs, discover the growth and scale of opportunities and build your effective talent pools.

Location: 52 Oxford St (Harvard Northwest Science Building B103),
Cambridge, MA
Date: Saturday, April 14 (10:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Registration: http://18aiconference.eventdove.com/

Featured Topics:
• Practical and Collaborative Method to Jump Start into Machine Learning with Jupyter Notebooks and Google Collab
• Knowledge Engineering: How Artificial Intelligence Has Transformed from Magic to Method through Applied Science
• Predictive Analytics: Digital Market Research & Challenges
• Discussion of Latest Big Data Technologies and How the Technologies Can Be Applied to Certain Use Cases to Solve Big Data Problems
• Leveraging Blockchain to Transform the Digital Supply Chain

UCLA  留言于2018-04-03 09:04:03
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2018 No.7)
Uyghur Music in Chinese History
Thursday, April 05, 2018
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bunche Hall 10383, UCLA

Talk by Chuen-Fung Wong, Macalester College
The modern writing of Chinese music history from the mid-twentieth century on is marked by a keen awareness of musical multiculturalism that seeks to integrate the music of “minority” ethnicities into a national music history that is profoundly concerned at once with a chronological sense of linear continuity and the dearth of living musical sounds from the ancient past. Performing traditions from these outlying places and peoples thus entered Chinese history at a time when music began to be conceived primarily as sound formations rather than merely as symbolic systems for imperial rituals or as aesthetic tools for moral indoctrination. In this talk, I am concerned with how modern Chinese music historiography has relied on the assimilation of “minority” musical otherness in its own making. My examples come primarily from the music of the Uyghur and, often indiscriminately, the broader Central Asian or Chinese northwestern borderlands, both in the past and the present. I suggest that, by supplying audible musical sounds to a Chinese music history that would otherwise be largely silent and monolithic, Uyghur and other “minority” music traditions, as framed in the multiculturalist narrative, have assumed a major role in the modern formation of Chinese musical identity.

Chuen-Fung Wong is Associate Professor and Chair of Music at Macalester College, Minnesota, where he teaches courses in world music, ethnomusicology, and Chinese music. His publications on the music of the Uyghur in northwest China have addressed issues ranging from musical modernity and minority nationalism to cultural revival and musical exoticism. He also performs and directs ensembles of traditional chamber Chinese instrumental music in both Hong Kong and Minneapolis-St. Paul, and is editor and co-author of Listening to Chinese Music (2009) and The Chinese Soundscapes (2018). Wong completed his PhD degree in ethnomusicology at UCLA in 2006 under the tutelage of Prof. Helen Rees.

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies
11381 Bunche Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Campus Mail Code: 148703
Tel: (310) 825-8683 Fax: (310) 206-3555
CCA  留言于2018-04-03 07:35:46
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2018 No.7)
2018 CCA Spring Conference
Here's the stupendous lineup of great sessions that will be available at CCA Spring Conference: •On Friday night, we will present the CCA Membership Awards to 10 hardworking chapters.
•On Saturday morning, bright and early at 8 am, we will have a thought-provoking General Session on Dreamer students and DACA. Our presenters are Kent Wong and Hugo Romero, both from the UCLA Labor Center.
•Our focus on the “Janus” case and Fair Share will begin with a General Session on Saturday at 9 am. We will hear about how good strategies and good plans will help us deal with the potential loss of Fair Share.
•The General Session will be followed by two Janus break-out sessions: one on planning our local responses and the other on the critical issue of reaching part-time faculty to include them in union membership in a post-Janus world.
•Alan Frey will hold a Grievance Academy Reunion to revisit the Academy issues.
•We will also have sessions on Politics in Higher Education, the June Primary and Using Social Media for Advocacy.
•Our Saturday Lunch session will focus on Advocacy in Sacramento, with a Nuts and Bolts panel discussion of legislation and how to do advocacy.
•Our very own CCA Board member and philosophy faculty member, Johnnie Terry, will present a session on professional ethics with Jennifer Sunshine Kattman. This is an area which is often a stumbling block for unions.
•On retirement, we will hear from our engaging CalSTRS speaker, Michael Lynch.
• Finally, Alan will also do a General Session on “Hot Topics.” This is always an eye-opener – you never know what has happened in the last few months!
And, of course, we will be holding elections for two officer seats and a number of our CCA Board positions.

On Saturday night, join us for our reception-- with photos, music and fun -- before our exciting WHO Awards banquet. Wear your tux and ball gown ... or your jeans and T-shirt! We will have the fabulous band Milpa with us to share their rhythms. Bring your dancing shoes! Then enjoy the experience of hearing about our impressive chapter leaders. It''''s called We Honor Ours and that''''s what we do on this exciting evening.

Finally on Sunday morning, you will have a chance to weigh in on the important issues of the day. We will present our policies, legislative positions and state level initiatives as we spend a little time together at the CCA Council.

The 2018 CCA Spring Conference begins with registration on Friday, April 20 at 3:00pm and concludes on Sunday April 22 at 12:00pm.

CTA/NEA Community College Association
Phone: 916-288-4921
Email: ccaconference@cta.org
Website: www.cca4me.org
Learn more about conferences at www.ctago.org.
洛杉磯僑界關懷救助協會  留言于2018-04-02 16:44:52
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2018 No.7)

洛杉磯關懷救助協會將於四月七日星期六下午一時在洛杉磯僑教中心舉行預防天災愛家園社區講座。由El Monte 市長及消防局及警察局相關人員全力協助舉辦。協會將於三月卅日星期五上午十一時舉行記者會。恭請各社團代表參加記者會及各社團踴躍參加社區講座活動。屆時有市長等重要人士參與指導並有茶點招待及免費贈送關懐救助協會手册及紀念徽章。
預防天災愛家園社區講座 - (如何保障地震或山火、洪水災害帶來的損失)
日期: 四月七日星期六
時間: 下午一時
地點: 洛杉磯華僑文教服務中心 9443 Telstar Ave. El Monte, CA 91731, U.S.A.

"洛杉磯關懷救助協會"英文為 “Overseas Community Cares Network LA“以下簡稱OCCNLA"宗旨為加強服務僑居地僑胞或短暫前來訪問國民,在遭遇急難時,予以及時的協助或建議。就地發生地震,火災,風災,水患或恐攻時如何應便協助和尋求救援。在平時舉辦各類急難救助講座,教育培訓等課程,應變能力及心理建設。並邀請相關專業機構或學者示範教學以增加僑胞應變能力,以達到臨危不亂的效果。並編輯“洛杉磯關懷救助手冊",分送洛杉磯地區僑胞的家庭,甚至各單位。

本會將延攬熱心人士,社會賢達輔佐會務,提供建言。共謀服務僑民大眾。謹訂於2018年4月7日下午 1時 報到 1時30分假洛杉磯華僑文教服務中心舉行本年度理事會員大會,敬邀蒞臨指導!

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USC Shi  留言于2018-04-01 01:25:42
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2018 No.7)
jerry hanna LEE  留言于2018-03-31 15:21:25
我很喜欢AI 领域,很想学习这专业的知识,同时也想参与其中工作。
UCSD Office of Admissions  留言于2018-03-30 07:47:35
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network (2018 No.7)
Good Morning,
We would like to invite your students to apply for our upcoming program: TRITON SUMMER TRANSFER ACADEMY!

This FREE summer academy program is an intensive, fun-filled, residential college experience at one of the country’s leading universities. This unique program is exclusively for prospective transfer students attending a California Community College, giving your students an opportunity to visit our beautiful campus near the Pacific Ocean and experience all that UC San Diego has to offer.
Deadline to register: Monday, April 16, 2018.
WHEN:Friday, Aug. 3, 2018
WHERE:UC San Diego located in beautiful La Jolla California
WHAT:Participants will:
• Meet one-on-one with an Admissions Officer for pre-admissions advising
• Explore cutting-edge research facilities & connect with faculty, staff and current UC San Diego transfer students
• Have the option to stay overnight in our college apartments
• Have an opportunity to meet with Financial Aid counselors
• Take a VIP tour of the Village at Torrey Pines, UC San Diego’s living & learning community for transfer students
Please refer to the Summer Transfer Academy flyer for additional program details, requirements & eligibility.
For any questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Kyler Nathan IV at kylerADM@ucsd.edu. Thank you for all that you do to support the success of transfer students!
Best regards,

UCSD Office of Admissions
9500 Gilman Drive #0021 La Jolla, CA 92093
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