From December 13 to 15, the annual work summary of the China-US Youth Creators Exchange Center was held in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. Xu Yongji, deputy director of the International Department of the Ministry of Education, Jeffery Loree, Deputy counselor of the U.S. Embassy in China, and Ai Hongge, deputy director of the Foreign Studies Service Center of the Ministry of Education attended and delivered speeches. The conference was attended by universities such as Notre Dame University, Tsinghua University, Peking University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Renmin University of China and enterprises such as Google, Microsoft Asia Research Institute, Dell Corporation and Taihe Think Tank.
The theme of the conference is to summarize the achievements of the customer-creating centers of various units, aiming at sharing experiences, exchanging experiences and strengthening cooperation. Xu Yongji pointed out that the Chinese government attaches great importance to the development of customer-creating centers and to the development of education, modernization of education and high-quality innovation and entrepreneurship. He hoped that the development of customer-creating centers could promote the cultivation of talents with interdisciplinary, creative and global innovative thinking.
Xiao Kai, deputy director of the International Exchange and Cooperation Department of Beijing Normal University, and Liu Wei, the head of the user experience major of the Psychology Department, attended the meeting. During the meeting, Liu Wei introduced the work of the China-US Youth Creators Exchange Center of Beijing Normal University for one year and the fruitful achievements.
The conference reviewed the summary of the reports submitted by various units. The "Construction and Practice of UX Studio" presented by the Sino-US Youth Creator Exchange Center of Beijing Normal University, together with Tsinghua University and Tongji University, won the Excellent Work Case Award.
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