Month: September 2021

2022 Events Schedule

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Responsible Conduct for Research at DKU — 04.22 (Friday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director of Research Support Office


Workshop on Student Evaluation — 04.15 (Friday)

Marcia France, Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Katherine Robertson, Director of Faculty Advancement

Ying Xiong, Associate Dean of Assessment Office


Appropriate Use of Research Fund — 04.08 (Friday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director of Research Support Office


Professional Development & Leadership Workshop — 04.08 & 05.06 (Fridays)

Anna Miller, Founder of Suzhou Grow&Glow Consulting Co., Ltd.


Funding Opportunities for Research — 04.06 (Wednesday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director of Research Support Office


Planning for a Sabbatical: The Importance of Good Planning for Making the Most of your Sabbatical Opportunity — 03.28 (Monday)


Floyd Beckford, Professor of Chemistry

Marcia France, Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Jason Gainous, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies

James Miller, Professor of Humanities

Katherine Robertson, Director of Faculty Advancement


Cluster Coordinator Retreat — 03.24 & 03.25 (Thursday & Friday)


General Intro to Research at DKU — 03.23 (Wednesday)

Jing Bai, Associate Director of Research Support Office


Info Session & Panel Discussion on the Engagement with Overseas NGOs — 03.04 (Friday)

Binbin Li, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science

Robin Wang, Associate Director of International Relations Office


Training (Faculty Advisor Program for Student Care) — 01.21, 02.18 & 03. 25

Charlie Clausen, Assistant Dean of Residence Life

Echo Zhao, Senior Coordinator of Residential Education


Reception (Faculty Buddy Program) — 01.17 & 01.19 (Monday & Wednesday)


New Faculty Orientation — 01.05 (Wednesday)


Link to past events

Recognize, Respond, and Refer——Supporting students during the Covid-19 pandemic

Amber Xu, Clinical Counselor at CAPS

Jiahui Gu, Student Care Coordinator

Raphael Moffett, Dean of Office of Student Affairs


September 28th Tuesday, 12-1 pm Beijing time


Abstract: Under Covid-19, not only faculty, but our students are also suffering psychological stress from social distancing and online learning. As their professor, it is crucial to know how to recognize signs of stress and how to assist students to get the proper help. Office of Faculty Affairs invited Dean Raphael Moffett from Office of Student Affairs to talk about main challenges Chinese and international students are facing, following by a presentation given by CAPS on how to recognize students who might need help, respond to their needs, and refer them to available resources.


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Faculty Development Workshop– Promoting Personal Wellness

Kimberly Blackshear, Director of Time Away Office from Duke University presented on “Promoting Personal Wellness—balancing work& life, handling anxiety, and keeping socially connected under Covid-19”


September 9th, 9 am-10 am Beijing time/ September 8th, 9 pm – 10 pm EST


Abstract: Everyone in the world is living under pressure, and lately various stress is being built up under Covid-19. Some DKU faculty are suffering stress from teaching online, balancing work and life, struggling with language barrier while living in a foreign country, and being apart from their loved ones who remain overseas. In this presentation, Kimberly will share with you triggers of anxiety, five dimensions of well-being, and how to promote personal wellness.



Secondary Traumatic Stress Education Guide 03.26.20

Bride Article for STS Scale Scoring


Junior Faculty Research Seminar Series-08

Philip SANTOSO, Assistant Professor of Political Science gave a presentation on the topic of “The Nature and Sources of Voters’ Beliefs about the Left-Right Positions of Political Parties” in September (see flyer below).

Presentation date& time: 9:30-10:30 am Sep 10th (Friday) Beijing Time via Zoom
• 30mins presentation
• 30mins Q&A

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