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北京大学林建华校长一行访问湾区欢迎晚宴

2018-10-19

 

北京大学林建华校长将率北京大学代表团访美,于2018年10月16日下午经停旧金山湾区,希望借此机会与湾区的北大校友们一聚。北京大学校董、北京大学教育基金会 (美国) 理事、旧金山湾区著名侨领方李邦琴女士将协同北京大学教育基金会 (美国)、北京大学北加州校友会,欢迎宴请北京大学林建华校长代表团一行。


本次活动地点为湾区地标性建筑“打火石” (Flintstone House),是方女士所拥有的度假型房产,坐落于280公路旁,可以俯瞰Crystal Springs水库的山坡上。在欢迎林校长、共进晚餐之余,还有机会在太阳落山前参观这一地标性建筑,在后院观赏风景,包括巨型恐龙雕塑、外星人飞碟和大脚雕塑等。欢迎北大校友踊跃参加!


时间2018年10月16日 (周二) 4:30PM-7:00PM (包括晚餐)

地点:Hillsborough, CA (具体地址将于收到报名信息后另行通知)

着装:商务休闲;建议穿着舒适的鞋子,便于参观Flintstone House;并带上薄外套或毛衣。


因场地限制,报名额满为止。此次活动仅限北大校友,请在报名表中填写姓名、院系、年级和联系方式,我们会在收到报名信息后与您联系。感谢您的支持与理解!


报名链接:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/51241295093



感谢方李邦琴女士主办本次欢迎活动,提供场地及晚宴!


林建华,男,汉族,1955年10月生,山东高密人,1976年7月加入中国共产党,1973年11月参加工作,理学博士,教授,博士生导师。


北京大学校长、党委副书记。主持学校行政工作,负责人事、财务和审计工作。第十二届全国人大代表。


1982年2月在北京大学化学系获得学士学位,1986年12月在北京大学化学系获得博士学位。1986年12月起在北京大学任教;1988年12月至1993年6月先后在德国Stuttgart的Max-Plank固体研究所和美国Iowa州立大学化学系和Ames国家实验室从事博士后研究,研究领域为无机固体化学和无机材料化学;1993年6月回国后在北京大学化学与分子工程学院任副教授,1995年任教授;1998年6月至2002年4月任北京大学化学学院院长,2001年4月任校长助理,2002年2月任教务长;2002年9月至2004年12月任北京大学副校长兼教务长;2004年12月至2010年12月任北京大学常务副校长兼教务长;2010年12月至2013年6月任重庆大学校长。2013年6月任浙江大学校长。2015年2月任北京大学校长。2017年4月任北京大学校长、党委副书记。


主要研究领域为固体化学,涉及新型无机固体化合物的合成、结构和性质。近年来,主要从事过渡金属复合氧化物、新型微孔硼酸盐、稀土-过渡金属金属间化合物的合成、结构、物理和化学性质方面的研究。1995年获国家教委科学技术二等奖,1996年获国家杰出青年基金,2009年获国家级教学成果一等奖。


林校长的官方简历:http://www.pku.edu.cn/about/xrld/index.htm


方李邦琴女士简介


Florence Lee Fang is the chairwoman of the Florence Fang Family Foundation. She was the publisher of the San Francisco Examiner as well as a chairwoman for the Independent Newspaper Group, which owns fourteen local newspapers. She was at the helm of Asian Week and served as president of the Chinese version of The Young China Daily and The China World News. She has successfully managed multiple businesses and was twice awarded the California Woman of The Year, in 1990 and 2003. Florence is passionate about education; in 2006, she donated millions of dollars to University of California Berkeley’s East Asian Library. She serves as an Honorary Trustee at Peking University, an Honorary Professor at Wuhan University, and an Honorary Professor at China Foreign Affairs University. In 2013, to promote greater understanding between the United States and China, the Peking University opened the Florence Lee Fang building, with its only purpose to teach and promote Chinese language and culture to the world. In 2014, she received the “Brilliance of China Award (中华之光)” by CCTV in recognition of her work to promote understanding between US & China. She also helped to arrange the then First Lady of The United States Michelle Obama to deliver a speech at Peking University, encouraging young generation exchange between US & China. US Congress honored Florence on April 2, 2014, for her whole life’s efforts to promote and advance the bilateral relationship between US & China. This was recorded in the Congressional Record proceedings and debate of the 113th Congress, second session (Congressional Record Volume 160, Number 53, p. E497).


Florence also serves as the Honorable Chairwoman of the Flying Tiger Historical Organization. She donated an original C-47 airplane that once flew over “The Hump” airlift route through the Himalayas. In November 2016, this plane flew the same Hump route from Burma, across the Himalayas, to Guilin for the last time where it is now permanently displayed at the Flying Tiger Heritage Park as a symbol of the long-standing US-China relationship. This work was supported and encouraged by former US Ambassador to China Max Baucus. Florence also founded the first overseas China WWII Pacific War Memorial Hall in San Francisco’s Chinatown. In 2017, the memorial hall hosted an exhibition titled “Forgotten Camp: Allied POWs of Shenyang,” which showcased images from the well-preserved Prisoner of War (PoW) camp in Mukden, Manchuria. At that time, 70% of the PoW’s were Americans. The exhibition led many local and out of town American visitors to come and scour the exhibits to find/identify their missing relatives in those old images. In recognition of her leadership and contribution to the local community, San Francisco dedicated its first community garden focused on the Asian community to Florence. In 2014, US House of Representative Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi did the groundbreaking for the Florence Fang Asian Community Garden, which now serves as the local community’s gathering place for various events, as well as a regular Food Bank distribution spot. Florence has been a longtime supporter of the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. To advance her work in strengthening the relationship between US & China, she recently donated the Launchpad Loggia in the museum’s new pavilion (scheduled to open in 2020). It will host both Asian traditional and modern culture.

 
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