Symposium on Chinese Psychology: Current Theories and Models in Understanding 1.4 Billion People
(Conferences / Seminars / Lectures)
The 2017 MSU Symposium on Multicultural Psychology will focus on "Chinese Psychology: Current Theories and Models in Understanding 1.4 Billion People." This conference is part of the biennial MSU Symposium on Multicultural Psychology at Michigan State University. The four main rationales for organizing the 2017 MSU Symposium are (a) importance of globalization and international competencies, (b) increasing global importance of China, (c) rapid increase in numbers of Chinese students in U.S. colleges and universities, and (d) adjustment experiences and challenges of these Chinese college students. At MSU alone, the number of Chinese students has increased exponentially over the past decade. more information...
Registration begins at 2:30 p.m. Friday, April 14 and the symposium concludes at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, April 15.
Hosted by Consortium for Multicultural Psychology Research in the Department of Psychology, and the Asian Studies Center,
Jiing-Lih Farh, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Ying-Yi Hong, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Michelle Yik, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Weiqiao Fan, Shanghai Normal University
Xiao-Ping Chen, University of Washington
Xinyin Chen, University of Pennsylvania
Desiree Qin, MSU Human Development and Family Studies
Frederick Leong, MSU Department of Psychology
Registration deadline is March 31, 2017.
The registration form can be downloaded on the Symposium's webpage. Questions regarding the Symposium may be directed to the CMPR Director, Frederick Leong, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org).