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Wrong Hong Yang?

Hong Y. Yang

Vice President Internat'l Affairs and C.J. Smiley Chair

Bryant University

HQ Phone:  (401) 232-6000

Email: h***@***.edu

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Bryant University

1150 Douglas Pike

Smithfield, Rhode Island,02917

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1863, Bryant has grown to become a nationally recognized university on a stunning 420-acre campus in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Bryant has a history of excellence and innovation, both academically and technologically. The Princeton Review and Forbes....more

Background Information

Employment History

Richard C. Alkire Professor

University of Illinois


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Associate Professor

Shenyang University of Technology


Full Professor

University of Illinois at Springfield


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Affiliations

University of Oslo

Postdoctoral Research Fellow


South San Francisco Conference Center

Program Committee Member


IEEE SMC

Senior Member


Publications Committee

Member


International Association for Pattern Recognition

Fellow


Engineers , Australia

Fellow


International Society for Magnetic Resonance

Member In Medicine


International Neural Network Society

Member In Medicine


SPIE Corporation

Member In Medicine


Pattern Recognition Society

Member In Medicine


IEEE SA

Fellow


Steering Committee of IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing

Member


Harvard University

NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow


University of Southampton

Research Fellow


The World Affairs Council of Rhode Island

Board Member


Nanyang Technological University

Research Fellow


Education

B.E. degree

Nanking Institute of Posts and Telecommunications


B.Sc. degree

Tsinghua University


BE

Beijing Univ. of Sci


M.Sc. degree

University of Victoria


Ph.D.

Bryant University


Ph.D. degree

University of Toronto


PhD degree

Yale University


doctorate

geosciences

University of Idaho


Web References(125 Total References)


2014-2015 Presidential Fellows

www.aieaworld.org [cached]

Hong Yang is Bryant University's inaugural Vice President for International Affairs.
He was the founding director of Bryant University's U.S.-China Institute and Confucius Institute. Yang is also the Charles J. Smiley Chair Professor of Environmental Sciences and has published three edited books and more than 70 peer reviewed articles. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations selected him as a national Public Intellectual Fellow. He holds a doctorate in geosciences from University of Idaho.


Welcome to Mei Mei and Me...Your first stop for exciting and interactive Chinese learning

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- Hong Yang, Ph.D., Director of US-China Institute and Confucius Institute, Bryant University


www.aieaworld.org

Hong Yang is Bryant University's inaugural Vice President for International Affairs.
He was the founding director of Bryant University's U.S.-China Institute and Confucius Institute. Yang is also the Charles J. Smiley Chair Professor of Environmental Sciences and has published three edited books and more than 70 peer reviewed articles. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations selected him as a national Public Intellectual Fellow. He holds a doctorate in geosciences from University of Idaho.


aicuri.org

In 1998, Hong Yang, then a brand-new assistant professor of science and technology at Bryant University, proposed a course on environmental studies in China to include an optional three-week summer travel component.
That next year he led a group of 13 students to six Chinese cities, and Qu Geping, the first director of China's national environmental protection unit, visited Bryant to give a lecture and meet with Yang's class. So began Bryant's 15-year-long quest to develop ties in China, which continues now with plans to build a campus in Zhuhai and to construct a replica of the Shu Fang Zhai palace, a section of the Forbidden City, on its Smithfield, Rhode Island campus. "We're trying to establish ourselves as a global education leader with emphasis and expertise on China," said Yang, who is now vice president for international affairs. Since 2000 Bryant has sent 39 of its faculty members to China. When Bryant co-organized a conference on the metasequoia tree at a partner university, the China University of Geosciences, in Wuhan, Litoff consulted with Yang, an expert on the metasequoia, who suggested an idea for a research project: tracing the history of Wilhelm Gunther, a German national who lived in China from 1914 until 1941 and obtained seeds of the metasequoia, an endangered tree species indigenous to China.


aicuri.org

In 1998, Hong Yang, then a brand-new assistant professor of science and technology at Bryant University, proposed a course on environmental studies in China to include an optional three-week summer travel component.
That next year he led a group of 13 students to six Chinese cities, and Qu Geping, the first director of China's national environmental protection unit, visited Bryant to give a lecture and meet with Yang's class.


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