Committee of 100, a non-profit membership organization of prominent Chinese Americans, and the University of Arizona, one of the leading research universities in the country, will unveil the findings from a new joint research project focused on race and ethnicity in science and research.
Designed to understand how research and academics have been affected by the limitations that the U.S. government has placed on international exchange with China, the research will have a special focus on the impact on professors and researchers who are of Chinese descent.
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Full Event Agenda (all times approximate)
8:00 PM ET Welcome and opening remarks
Why we partnered with University of Arizona and why this research is important
8:10 PM ET Defending Open Exchange and Collaboration in Turbulent Times
Marc Tessier-Lavigne (introduction by Jerry Yang)
8:20 PM ET Key Findings from the Research
Dr. Jenny J. Lee
8:40 PM ET Panel 1: The University Perspective – Defining Conflict of Interest and Preserving Scientific Exchange
David C. Chang, moderator
Johanna Chao Kreilick
Peter F. Michelson
9:05 PM ET Panel 2: Under Investigation: Ensuring Due Process and Protecting the Innocent
Dr. Leslie E. Wong, moderator
John C. Yang
9:30 PM ET Closing Remarks