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 Awards
Stevens' China Program Wins Sloan Prize for Best Online Teaching and Learning Program - 2007
Stevens Wins Award for Best Online University in the Nation - 2003
USDLA awards WebCampus 21st Century Best Practices Award for Distance Learning - 2005
Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Recognized

 
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Beijing Institute of Technology
Offers two masters degrees--one in Telecommunications Management and another in Photonics and Microelectronics.

Central University of Finance and Economics
Delivers a masters program in Project Management.

Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Two programs are waiting for approval from the Chinese Ministry of Education.

US Amway and China
In a unique partnership to build a cadre of global leaders, Stevens Institute for Technical Leadership and Amway, the $7 billion worldwide direct-selling company, are collaborating on providing key Amway personnel with twenty-first century leadership skills. Instructor-led online modules are delivered over 18 months to Amway employees in the US and China by Stevens' faculty. Before entering online classrooms—where they are divided into virtual leadership teams—Amway participants complete a series of web-based assessment tools to provide insight into how their personalities and behavior align with the company’s goals and their own development. Employees then engage in online modules, starting with how to build self-awareness, followed by how to lead innovation and change,Amway personnel learn about decision-making, coaching and mentoring, and strategic leadership. Along the way, Stevens’ faculty coach participants to embrace a path to leadership at Amway.


Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
A Memorandum of Understanding has been concluded.

International Business Machines Corporation

A pilot program to assess IBM technical employees in China was conducted in 2007.
A benchmarking survey of Fortune 500 companies operating in hypergrowth economies was concluded at the end of 2007
(see http://www.stevens.edu/press/pr/pr1091.htm).

Institute for Technical Leadership
Stevens Institute for Technical Leadership focuses on the hypergrowth economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China, the so-called "BRIC" countries. Stevens’ research on technical workforce development in China and other accelerating economies gives Stevens a unique perspective on employee loyalty, modestly trained personnel, and relationships between headquarters and local management. The Institute offers an 8-module Technical Leadership Certificate and an Assessment, Feedback and Coaching program for technical personnel
(see
www.stevens.edu/leadership).

 

 

 Press Releases

Stevens Partners With Amway in China to Provide Leadership Training

Stevens’ Survey Finds Global Companies Lack Strong Leadership

China OK’s Stevens’ Beijing master’s degrees

Stevens' China Program Wins Sloan Prize for Best Online Teaching and Learning Program

Chinese Bankers to Get Management Degrees from Stevens

Stevens Professor First to Head Lab in China

Ceremony in Beijing Graduates 21 Stevens Master’s Degree Students

VP Weatherall and Dean Ubell Speak at Conferences in Beijing

Stevens' Online Learning Expert to Speak in Beijing

 

Scoping China
China@Work, March 13, 2008 

Chinese Students Graduate from Stevens
World Journal, Sunday, May 27,2007

China Phobia: Taming the Training Dragon
Chief Learning Officer, September 2007

Chinese IT Education Sees Boost from U.S. School
Certification Magazine, March 26, 2007

Students in China Earn Master’s Degrees through Stevens Institute of Technology
Chief Learning Officer, February 5, 2007

The China Trade: An Online Education Strategy at Stevens Institute
Sloan-C View, September 2006

The Wild, Wild East: Foreign universities flock to china, but are there riches to
be made, or just fool's gold?

Chronicle of Higher Education, February 17, 2006

China PPP Forum Highlights Prospects for Private Investment in Chinese Education
International Financial Corporation, November 2, 2005

Stevens Institute of Technology Forms Partnerships With
Four Chinese Institutions To Offer Hybrid Graduate Degree Programs

Educational Pathways, September 2005

Management American Style: A U.S. University Teaches Western Business Ways to Chinese Students
IEEE Spectrum, June 2005

Stevens-China accord allows candidates to work on master's degree from home
The Star Ledger, October 5, 2003

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 


 

 


 













 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

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