China's sustainable development expert to speak

Tiejun Wen
 Download the flyer for Tiejun Wen's lecture here

Jan. 26, 2014

A renowned expert on social-economic sustainable development and rural issues in China will deliver a lecture Monday, March 3, on campus.

Tiejun Wen, executive dean of the Institute of Advanced Studies for Sustainability at Renmin University of China, will present "China's Eco-Civilization and Sustainable Development: Characteristics and Challenges" at 4 p.m. in Room 105 Manly Miles Building, 1405 S. Harrison St., East Lansing.

Wen, who also is executive dean of China's Institute of Rural Reconstruction of China, Southwest University, focuses particularly on policy studies, macro-economic, geo-strategy of south-south cooperatives, and long-term inclusive growth.

He is member of State Consultant Committee of Environment Protection, and is vice chairperson of the China Society of Agricultural Economics. Wen has received numerous honors and awards, including the First Rank Award for Science and Technology Progress from the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and the First Rank Award for Teaching and Education from the Beijing Municipal Government.

He has received numerous honors and awards, including the First Rank Award for Science and Technology Progress from the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and the First Rank Award for Teaching and Education from the Beijing Municipal Government.

Wen’s lecture, which is free, is co-sponsored by the Detroit Chinese Business Association and the MSU-China Entrepreneur Network.MSU China Entrepreneur NetworkDetroit Chinese Business Association

Detroit Chinese Business Association

 


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