UNITED STATES OF AMERICA                                                      CONSUMER PRODUCT                            ...
Panelists and ModeratorMr. Robert Daly, Director of the Maryland China Initiative at the University                   of M...
Facts about US-China Education                 Exchanges• 194,029 Chinese students in U.S. universities-2011 to 2012  (gro...
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS        MINISTRY OF EDUCATION OF THE PRC                 State Administration of Foreign Affair...
China, Product Safety and Duke’s Role1. Duke Kunshan University (DKU)   The big-bet long-term play      Management, techni...
The “Hardware”: DKU Campus–Phase I                                                        –   200 acre site within        ...
The “Software”: Degree and Non-degree ProgramsProgram Development--Phase I(Targeting Fall 2014)                           ...
“Fusion Education”• Best of Chinese and Western Education   • Students from China, U.S. and other parts of the world      ...
Clinical Research Education and                                         TrainingEnsure patient safety, good data quality, ...
An Educational Solution to:   Ethical Issues               Scientific Issues            Resource/FinancialOnly 18% of rese...
Mandarin Education Modules                                  and BeyondClinical Research         Communication &           ...
China Clients1. SASAC:     CEOs of State-Owned    Enterprises in USA     CEOs in Beijing2. Roche Diagnostics      Direc...
Safety at the Source OpportunityThe Problem: Importers from China sometimes faceexpensive delays and even recalls due to p...
Safety at the Source Topics• Analytical tools and skills that can be used to solve  supply chain problems• Techniques to f...
Dean W. Woodard                                 Director       Office of Education, Global Outreach, and Small Business   ...
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Summary of educational programs offered by US institutions in China for executives. Will also cover new brick and morter programs erected in the PRC

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  • to get Safety at Source off the ground. These funds would be invested over four-six months in the following manner:I. Design: to finance needs-based interviews with all players identified above: Chinese manufacturers and Toy Associations, Importers, Retailers, Chinese-based testers and agents. Identify what education initiatives are already underway. The result would be a Discovery Report that identifies the primary needs2. Curriculum development that meets the manufacturers’ needs, so the workshops are as practical and relevant as possible. Identifying and working with Duke CE mandarin-speaking educators to create the curriculum. Obtaining Steering Committee input to content thru Draft and Final design document checks.3. First 2 cohorts. Identifying which companies will send 3-4 senior managers to comprise the first two cohorts of 30-40 participants.A first workshop could be launched six months from finalization of the Steering Committee $110,000 investments being obtained.Benefits to Steering Committee Membership:Reduce the risk and cost of poorly manufactured products that do not meet CPSC’s standardsReflect publicly an investment in China, in your supply channels and in your product safety (a CSR statement in USA; a nation-building statement in China)Include two participants to the first two workshops free of chargeInfluence the content as a way to ensure its relevance to your suppliers and product needs
  • to get Safety at Source off the ground. These funds would be invested over four-six months in the following manner:I. Design: to finance needs-based interviews with all players identified above: Chinese manufacturers and Toy Associations, Importers, Retailers, Chinese-based testers and agents. Identify what education initiatives are already underway. The result would be a Discovery Report that identifies the primary needs2. Curriculum development that meets the manufacturers’ needs, so the workshops are as practical and relevant as possible. Identifying and working with Duke CE mandarin-speaking educators to create the curriculum. Obtaining Steering Committee input to content thru Draft and Final design document checks.3. First 2 cohorts. Identifying which companies will send 3-4 senior managers to comprise the first two cohorts of 30-40 participants.A first workshop could be launched six months from finalization of the Steering Committee $110,000 investments being obtained.Benefits to Steering Committee Membership:Reduce the risk and cost of poorly manufactured products that do not meet CPSC’s standardsReflect publicly an investment in China, in your supply channels and in your product safety (a CSR statement in USA; a nation-building statement in China)Include two participants to the first two workshops free of chargeInfluence the content as a way to ensure its relevance to your suppliers and product needs
  • ICPHSO International Education

    1. 1. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION I NTERNATIONAL E DUCATION PANEL TRAINING C HINA’S BUSINESS AND MANUFACTURING LEADERS DEAN W. WOODARD, DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF EDUCATION, GLOBAL OUTREACH & SMALL BUSINESS OMBUDSMAN ICPHSO 2013 ANNUAL MEETING & SYMPOSIUM FEBRUARY 28, 2013VIEWS EXPRESSED IN THIS PRESENTATION ARE THOSE OF THE STAFF AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REPRESENT THE VIEWS OF THE COMMISSION.
    2. 2. Panelists and ModeratorMr. Robert Daly, Director of the Maryland China Initiative at the University of Maryland rdaly@umd.eduMs. Madelyn C. Ross, Director of China Initiatives and Global Consortium at George Mason University mross3@gmu.eduMs. Wendy W. Kuran, Associate Vice President for Business Development Duke Kunshan University wendy.kuran@duke.eduMr. Dean W. Woodard, Director of Office of Education, Global Outreach & Small Business Ombudsman dwoodard@cpsc.gov
    3. 3. Facts about US-China Education Exchanges• 194,029 Chinese students in U.S. universities-2011 to 2012 (growing 23% per year) average (source: Institute of International Education)• 38.4% undergraduate 45.6% graduate students 16% short term training• New York University and Duke University are first to have a “brick and mortar” presence in China• U.S.-Chinese collaboration in dual degree programs is increasing• 70 U.S. universities have some type of presence in China• The failure rate of requests for collaboration by U.S. based universities is approximately 60%. These are for dual degree, summer, and other exchange programs.
    4. 4. MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTRY OF EDUCATION OF THE PRC State Administration of Foreign Affairs Experts Provincial Ministry of Education Education Zones Established by Province
    5. 5. China, Product Safety and Duke’s Role1. Duke Kunshan University (DKU) The big-bet long-term play Management, technical and liberal arts education 2. CREATe Duke Clinical Research Institute + UL EduNeering online compliance training 3. Safety at the Source Duke CE custom courses for toy industry’s Chinese suppliers wendy.kuran@duke.edu
    6. 6. The “Hardware”: DKU Campus–Phase I – 200 acre site within 1,700 acre Kunshan Yangcheng Lake Science Park Conference Center – Six buildings Phase Academic Center I, 750,000 Sq. Ft – Phase I construction paid by Kunshan – Duke investment in master plan, building design, and Research Center construction oversight – First five buildings ready in 2014
    7. 7. The “Software”: Degree and Non-degree ProgramsProgram Development--Phase I(Targeting Fall 2014) Research Centers Global Health Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Chinese Enterprises Others Semesters Liberal Arts/Languages Global Health Entrepreneurship & Innovation Neuroscience Others Graduate Degrees Management Studies Executive Global Health Clinical Informatics Education & Medical Physics Conferences Others (Begin early 2014)
    8. 8. “Fusion Education”• Best of Chinese and Western Education • Students from China, U.S. and other parts of the world • Hard working, inquisitive, versatile, innovative • Using their intelligence for the social good • Creative problem solvers with global perspective and imagination
    9. 9. Clinical Research Education and TrainingEnsure patient safety, good data quality, and ultimately, a thoroughunderstanding of drug efficacy and safetyThought leadership in Pioneers in technology- enabled knowledgeclinical research and Duke Clinical UL delivery solutionseducation Research Institute Ethical and Effective Clinical Research EcosystemDrivers of thedrug, biologics, and Industry Clinical Partners Research Sites Core participants in thedevice development conduct of clinical trialsprocess
    10. 10. An Educational Solution to: Ethical Issues Scientific Issues Resource/FinancialOnly 18% of researchers Drugs may react differently Issues appropriately informed in treatment naïve High turnover of human participants about the population in emerging capital leads to costly datastudy before enrollment regions quality issues Acute need to replicate scientific rigor and ethical oversight standards at all research sites
    11. 11. Mandarin Education Modules and BeyondClinical Research Communication & Registry of TrainedEducation Collaboration Portal Researchers & Sites • Self-paced • Portal as a • Data on comprehensive communication tool investigators and education program for sponsors qualifications • Training for • Sites access custom • Information on sites conducting FDA information and potential study and EMEA populations compliant studies • Forum for networking and • Clean, up-to-date • Customized to knowledge data that can local regulatory exchange facilitate recruitment requirements
    12. 12. China Clients1. SASAC:  CEOs of State-Owned Enterprises in USA  CEOs in Beijing2. Roche Diagnostics  Director Program in China  Manager Program in China3. Essence Securities 13
    13. 13. Safety at the Source OpportunityThe Problem: Importers from China sometimes faceexpensive delays and even recalls due to productspecifications and safety standards not being metby the supplier and their extended supply chain.A Solution: A group of importers and Duke areworking together to design short “Safety at theSource” workshops for Chinese manufacturers, tobe delivered in China at Duke’s Kunshan campus byDuke CE’s Mandarin-speaking educators.
    14. 14. Safety at the Source Topics• Analytical tools and skills that can be used to solve supply chain problems• Techniques to flag importer’s faulty designs and risky timelines• Process control protocols, so that testing and quality control catch the products that fail to meet export safety standards• Pre-work to the 3-day workshop: CPSC standards that are translated and online and review basics. Must pass Duke CE test to receive Certificate of Completion.
    15. 15. Dean W. Woodard Director Office of Education, Global Outreach, and Small Business Ombudsman (EXGO) dwoodard@cpsc.gov (301) 504-7651 business@cpsc.gov (301) 504-7999Join the EXGO list serve Desktop Referencefor regular updates. Just Guidesend Dean an email. www.cpsc.gov/desktopguideSlideshare TwitterDownloadable Presentations Frequent Updateswww.SlideShare.net/USCPSC @CPSCSmallBiz
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