Academic Proposals (2017-18)

Culture, Society and the Arts​

1. Art, Science and Technology: Blurring the Boundaries 
by Nancy Kawalek, Institute for Molecular Engineering (TBC)

2. Between Objects and Media: Dialogue on the Stage Arts
by David Levin & Judith Zeitlin, Department of Theater and Performance Studies (Mar 5, 2018)

3. Dialogues on the Future of Engaged Art
by Andrei Pop & Mechtild Widrich, Department of Art History & School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Jan 14, 2018)

4. Religious Lives of the Inter-Asian City
by Angie Heo, Department of Anthropology and Sociology of Religions The University of Chicago Divinity School (May 11-14, 2018) 

5. Theater under the Ming and the Habsburgs: Angelica in and out of the Cathay
by Frederick A. de Armas, Department of Comparative Literature (Jun 21-23, 2018)

Business, Economics & IT Strategy

1. The Effect of Foreign Language on Decision Making
by Boaz Keysar, Multilingualism and Decision Making Lab (Jul –Sep 2017)

2. Social Impact Leadership Series: Fostering Civic Engagement and Social Impact through the Arts 
by Robert Gertner, Social Enterprise Initiative, Chicago Booth (Mar 6, 2018)

3. KOTO Chicago-Hong Kong Collaboration Meeting
by Yau W. Wah, Physics (Jul 7-9, 2017)

4. 2017 Molecular Imaging Instrumentation Workshop PET, PET/CT, & PET/MRI Update
by Chin- Tu Chen, Department of Radiology (Jul 14, 2017)

5. Interventional Radiology Practice in the United States and East Asia
by Thuong Van Ha, M.D., Department of Radiology (Jan 19-20, 2018)

6. Pediatric Neuroradiology Symposium
by Gregory L. Katzman & Carina W. Yang, Department of Radiology (Oct 14, 2017)

7. Comprehensive Care in Southeast Asia
by David Meltzer, Section of Hospital Medicine at University of Chicago (TBC)

8. The 2018 International Conference on Molecular Imaging Instrumentation
by Chien-Min Kao, Department of Radiology (Apr 16-17, 2018)

9. Exploratory trip to establish the research conference that is aimed to facilitate the collaboration of The University of Chicago with research institutes at Singapore and Hong Kong
by Wei-Jen Tang, Ben-May Department for Cancer Research (TBC)

10. Transplant Ethics: Looking Forward 
by Michael Millis, M.D., Department of Global Surgery (Mar 2018)