First Silicon Valley Forum of Creative Education & USJ New Year’s Party

University of San Jose, USJ

The 1st Silicon Valley Forum of Creative Education & USJ New Year’s Party will be on Feb 7th, 2016 at USJ – University of San Jose (USJUS). We welcome you join us!
This event consists of two parts:
Part one (2/7/2016 2:30-5:30pm): “The 1st Silicon Valley Forum of Creative Education”. Topics including: US Professors Administering Universities, Educational Crowdfunding, Creative Ideas Training, University’s Creativity, University’s Spirit & Culture.
Part two (2/7/2016 6:00-8:00pm): “USJ New Year’s Party”. In order to acknowledge friends here in Silicon Valley for your support, USJ will be hosting a Lunar New Year Party. We sincerely welcome you to join us celebrating Chinese New Year! Please Note: Limited Seats, Admission by Ticket or Invitation Letter!

Silicon Valley Reading Club of Creative Ideas

12/22/2015 2:30-5:00pm (PT), Silicon Valley Reading Club of Creative Ideas (SVRCCI)’s 11th reading event will be held at University of San Jose (USJ). The subject of this event — The development of American Higher Education.
The content includes:

Dr. Jin’s topic: Analysis of American high schools’ development and current state
Dr. Liu’s topic: American family’s educational philosophy
Dr. Wang’s topic: Ten events affecting the development of American higher education

Silicon Valley Reading Club of Creative Ideas

11/29/2015 2:30-5:00pm (PT), Silicon Valley Reading Club of Creative Ideas (SVRCCI)’s 10th reading event will be held at University of San Jose (USJ). The subject of this event — Human’s Energy: Decrease, Balance, Increase from socialogy’s perspective.
The content includes:

Human’s energy field: normality & abnormality — healing ability
Human’s energy balance: mentality & empty
Human’s self adjustment: energy boost
The ability among everyone

Silicon Valley Reading Club of Creative Ideas

11/7/2015 2:30-5:00pm (PT), Silicon Valley Reading Club of Creative Ideas (SVRCCI)’s 9th reading event will be held at University of San Jose (USJ). The subject of this event — The crisis of American Education: True/False.
The content includes:

Origin of American educational crisis
Background
Analysis of authors’ viewpoints
Dr. Wang’s comprehension