Time: March 30th
地点：Larsen Hall 203, 14 Appian Way, Cambridge
What type of moral education does China need in a period of transition? Is moral intelligence at a global level the call of the age of globalization? Please join us in a dialogue with the fellow and senior scientist William Wei at Harvard University for a thought provoking discussion on moral education.
Introduction to the guest speaker:
Dr Wei is a fellow and senior scientist of Harvard University. He was Executive Director of Harvard-MIT Data Center at Harvard University and Chief Technology Officer of Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science. Will has extensive background and experience over multidisciplinary areas. He earned his Ph.D. in Marine Studies from University of Delaware, and was trained at Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a postdoctoral fellow. He later worked as a senior research analyst at School of Public Health in Boston University. Will then spent 15 years working at Harvard University primarily with faculty, students, and staff of social science departments and research centers, including most of the international and area study centers. He has developed strong interest in social science, global cultures, and international affairs. He established and hosted the East Meets West Forum in Harvard Neighbor Program at Harvard University, and served as a board member for one of the largest weekend Chinese schools. He also helped establish and serves on the board of a nonprofit organization that promotes sustainable global prosperity through innovation, education, and culture exchange.