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  • Title:Seminar on Cultivating Future Leaders: Opportunities for the Young Generations to Change the World
  • Post Date:2015-03-11

In the age of globalization, the new generations must accommodate the fast changing environment by looking at the world from a new angle and being daring to explore new things; furthermore, they need to seize the opportunities for the purpose of self-empowerment.
This seminar’s speakers (Schwarzman Schoalrs Program Global Director of Admissions Robert Garris and Association of Foreign Relations Secretary-General Kwei-Bo Huang) with abundant education and work experiences will tell you how to make good use of educational resources to achieve the above-mentioned objectives and become a leader in the future successfully. Your participation will be greatly appreciated.

Date/Time: March 18 (Wed.), 2015, 12:10pm – 1:30pm
Venue: Briefing Room, 6th Fl. of the Administration Building, National Chengchi University (NCCU)
Organizers: Center for Foreign Policy Studies, NCCU College of International
Affairs & Schwarzman Scholars Program
Moderator: Dr. Ming Lee (Professor & Dean, Department of Diplomacy,
NCCU College of International Affairs)


Dr. Robert Garris

▪ Global Director of Admissions of the Schwarzman Scholars Program at Tsinghua University, Beijing
▪ Former Managing Director for Conference and Residency Programs at the Rockefeller Bellagio Center (in Italy) of the Rockefeller Foundation
▪ Former Senior Associate Dean, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University
▪ Former Director of Admissions and Student Affairs, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University
Chairman, CEO and Co-founder of Blackstone, Stephen A. Schwarzman founded the Schwarzman Scholars Program (1-year master’s degree program that is to open for application this coming April). He has donated $100 million to
the program and is leading a fundraising campaign to raise $200 million from private sources to endow the program in perpetuity. The program is based at Tsinghua University, Beijing.
In both business and education, Mr. Schwarzman has dedicated his career to developing transformative solutions to some of the world’s great challenges. His vision in designing Schwarzman Scholars was to create change at a global scale. For more information, please see http://schwarzmanscholars.org/leadership.

Dr. Kwei-Bo Huang

▪ Secretary-General, Association of Foreign Relations (AFR)
▪ Director, Center for Foreign Policy Studies, NCCU College of International Affairs
▪ Former Chairman, Research & Planning Committee, R.O.C. Ministry of Foreign Affairs
▪ Former Vice President, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy (TFD)
The Association of Foreign Relations, headed by Chairman of Overseas Investment and Development Corporation and former foreign minister Ambassador Francisco H.L. Ou, was launched jointly by incumbent and retired government officials, entrepreneurs, academians, and leaders of the third sector. Former R.O.C. Vice President Vincent Siew accepts Chairman Ou’s invitation to be AFR’s honorary chairman.
It is aimed to expand foreign and cross-Taiwan Strait ties in such fields as economic and trade, cultural and academic affairs, administration and governance, and people-to-people exchanges, as well as to help advance the international vision of the people on Taiwan, in the hope that the Republic of China (Taiwan) can further engage the mainstream international community. For more information, see http://www.afr.org.tw/, please.

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