Kang Liu - Curriculum Vitae#

  • Educated at Nanjing University (BA English) and Madison University (MA + PhD) in Comparative Literature.
  • He has a dual professorship at Shanghai Jiaotong U and Duke U in bloth places with leadership positions.
  • 2009 — present Head, Shanghai Jiaotong University-Shanghai Municipality Joint Research Center for National Image, Creativity and Innovation in Arts and Humanities (Shanghai Principal Research Grant 15 million RMB)
  • 2009 — present Principal Investigator, “Survey of American Attitudes toward China” in collaboration with Duke University China Research Center, and Indiana University Survey Center
  • May 2013 – present Secretary General, Global Barometer Survey (GBS) Organization,
  • Secretariat at Shanghai Jiaotong University (Affiliated organizations including Asian Barometer Survey, Latino Barometer Survey, Afrobarometer Survey, Arab Barometer Survey and Euro Asia Barometer Survey)
  • May 2013 – present Director, Shanghai Jiaotong University Global Public Opinion Research Center
  • October 2011 Chief Organizer, European-Chinese Media Exchange Projects, in
  • Collaboration with Institute of Strategic Dialogue (London UK) in Chengdu, China, a week-long media exchange program with 13 leading European media senior editors and journalists participating, including Economist, Guardian, Sunday Times, CNN, BBC, Le Monde, Le Figaro, Le Pointe, Die Welt, Die Zeit, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Sud Deutsch Zeitung and major Chinese media journalists, supported by Bosch Foundation
  • October 2012 Chief Organizer, European-Chinese Media Exchange Projects, in
  • Collaboration with Institute of Strategic Dialogue (London UK) in London and Berlin, a week-long media exchange program with 14 leading Chinese media senior editors and journalists participating, and major European media journalists, supported by Bosch Foundation
  • October 2013 Chief Organizer, European-Chinese Media Exchange Projects, in
  • Collaboration with Institute of Strategic Dialogue (London UK) in Chengdu, China, a week-long media exchange program with 13 leading European media senior editors and journalists participating, including Economist, Guardian, Financial Times, Sunday Times, CNN, BBC, Le Monde, Le Figaro, Le Pointe, Die Welt, Die Zeit, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Sud Deutsch Zeitung and major Chinese media journalists, supported by Bosch Foundation
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