UMD: A Globally Connected University



Office of China Affairs Resumes In-person Operation

The Office of China Affairs has resumed its in-person operation. We are committed to serving the campus community.

Shaanxi Delegation Looks to Boost China’s Talent Recruitment Initiatives

Shaanxi government administrators learn about talent development and attraction in the United States. 

Jiangsu Province Judges Take China’s Rule of Law Another Step Forward

Jiangsu judges participate in UMD's Office of China Affairs and Carey School of Law training program to learn about court proceedings in the United States.

Higher Education in Innovation: Yunnan Industry and Information Technology Visits UMD

Yunnan Technology Commission visits campus to learn about economic development and innovation in the United States.

Anhui Environmental Protection Department Looks to Remediate Heavy Metal Contamination in Farmlands

Anhui Province Environmental Protection Department learns about U.S. experiences on heavy metal soil pollution assessment and remediation.

Zhejiang Delegation Looks to Advance Intellectual Property Law in China

Intellectual property rights, an area of friction between the U.S. and China, is also becoming a point of collaboration. 

Anhui Training Group Hopes Innovation will Move China’s Economy Forward

A delegation of Anhui Province government officials took part in a five-week training program to learn about innovation in the United States.

University of Maryland Helps Development of China’s Performing Arts Sector

China is in the midst of reinventing its performing arts sector. To promote bilateral learning opportunities, OCA hosted a Chinese performing arts training group in October.

University of Maryland Partnership with China Charity Alliance to Develop China’s Rising Philanthropy Sector

The OCA has facilitated U.S.-China learning exchanges of philanthropy best practices between a team of CCA delegates and major players in the U.S. philanthropy sector.

University of Maryland chosen as U.S.-China Strong (USCS) partner

UMD, College Park, has been chosen as one of the implementation partners for the “One-Million Strong” initiative led by the U.S.-China Strong Foundation (USCS).