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  • Title:2018 Fall Mentor Acitivity-Learning, Self-Development, and Job Markets: Dr. Harry Harding’s Suggestions for Students at NCCU College of International Affairs
  • Post Date:2018-11-20

College of International Affairs Mentor Activity, Fall 2018

Learning, Self-Development, and Job Markets:

Dr. Harry Harding’s Suggestions for Students

at NCCU College of International Affairs


Time:     December 3rd, 2018 (Mon.), 10:20AM – 12:00PM

Venue:   Room 270103 (1st Fl., North Wing of General Building of Colleges)

Host:      Vice Dean Kwei-Bo Huang (College of International Affairs & Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University)


Have you ever felt lost and wondered how the courses you have taken and the degree you are going to earn from NCCU College of International Affairs would help your career in the future? Whether they would enable you to keep track of up-to-date trends in job markets in the future and end up with an ideal job, given what you have learned in years of study?


In the morning of December 3rd (Monday), the College of International Affairs invites Dr. Harry Harding as a special guest to meet with the College of International Affairs’ students. Professor and Dr. Harry Harding is former Dean of the Elliot School of International Affairs at the George Washington University and of the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at University of Virginia. Based on his rich experiences in supervising these schools, he will share with the students how to draw on school resources for self-improvement, grasp future trends in overseas job markets in the international affairs field, and get a firm foothold at the outset.


Professor Dr. Harry Harding is a world-renowned specialist on U.S.-China relations as well as a Scholar of the Yushan Project at NCCU College of Social Sciences. He served as Dean of Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy between 2009 and 2014, Director of Research and Analysis Division at Eurasia Group (a famous U.S. company specialized in political risk analysis and consultancy) from 2005 to 2007, and Dean of Elliott School of International Affairs from 1995 to 2005. Before then, he held faculty appointments at top American higher education institutes such as Swarthmore College and Stanford University, and served as a senior fellow at Brookings Institution and a member on the U.S. Defense Policy Board.

Register online: https://bit.ly/2QWEzzj 

*Refreshments served for attendee registered in advance.


Organizer: OCIA (Office of College of International Affairs at NCCU)

Contact: Ms. Wei at chwei@nccu.edu.tw (Campus Ext. 51104)


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