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US-China University Presidents Roundtable

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US-China University Presidents Roundtable

US-China University Presidents Roundtable
Status Active
Frequency Biennial
Country  USA
Years active 2013-present

The US-China University Presidents Roundtable (Chinese: 中美高水平大学校长圆桌会议) is a biennial international conference gathering of the presidents and chancellors from leading U.S. and Chinese universities.[1] It is also a major event of the China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue.

The purpose of the conference is to discuss global education, research collaboration and cultural exchanges between the U.S. and Chinese institutions.


  • Roundtable 2013 1
    • Participant 1.1
      • US 1.1.1
      • China 1.1.2
  • Roundtable 2015 2
  • References 3

Roundtable 2013

The first Presidents Roundtable was held at the University of Chicago on November 18, 2013.[2]


Roundtable 2015

In 2015 the Roundtable will be hosted at Rice University.[3]


  1. ^ IU president speaks at U.S.-China University Presidents Roundtable, Indiana University
  2. ^ President Li Jiajun Attends U.S.-China University Presidents Roundtable
  3. ^ Rice to host US-China University Presidents Roundtable
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