Jiangsu Province CEOs
The Goldman School of Public Policy (GSPP) hosted a group of 30 CEO’s from China’s Jiangsu Province for a customized training program focused on innovation and leadership. This is the first in a series of programs that GSPP has developed for the Jiangsu Provincial Government.
The governor of Jiangsu province, Mr. Li Xueyong visited GSPP to greet members of the school and demonstrate his support for the partnership. On the same day, Governor Li also met with UC Berkeley’s Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost to witness the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between UC Berkeley and Jiangsu’s Department of Education.
For additional information about California’s partnership with Jiangsu province see:
Goldman School of Public Policy hosted 20 law enforcement officials representing 15 provinces of China for a 4-day training workshop which explored various issues related to emergency management. This also marked the 4th program hosted by GSPP in collaboration with Chinese and American law enforcement authorities to promote best practices in the field.
Goldman School Dean Henry E. Brady welcomed the delegation at the start of the program. Associate Professor Sean Farhang lectured on American Law Enforcement under Constitutional Constraints. Other presenters included faculty from Berkeley Law’s Institute on Law and Social Policy and a senior official from UC Berkeley’s Public Affairs Office. GEP also invited local law enforcement and emergency management authorities to meet and exchange ideas with the visitors, including Berkeley Police Department, San Francisco Police Department, University of California Police Department, Oakland Police Department as well as the California Emergency Management Agency (CalEMA).
The Goldman School of Public Policy (GSPP) hosted 22 fellows from the financial department of Jiangsu Provincial Government for 3-days of academic instruction and practicum activity related to best practices in business development. Curriculum was led by Berkeley faculty and topics included Running Global Companies, Energy Markets and Regulation and Overcoming Zero-Sum Thinking in International Negotiations.