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George Washington University Law School

Monday, December 19, 2005

University of Oklahoma: Chair in US-China Issues

This isn't exactly Chinese law-related, but it may be of interest to enough readers of this blog to be worth posting. The first paragraph of the job announcement is as follows:

The University of Oklahoma invites nominations and applications for the Harold J. & Ruth Newman Chair in US-China Issues in the School of International and Area Studies, a tenured position at the level of associate or full professor. The holder of the Newman Chair will also serve as the Director of the University’s new Institute for US-China Issues. The establishment of the Chair and Institute is part of a broad Asia-related initiative, led by President David L. Boren, to strengthen the role of the University of Oklahoma as a major center for education, scholarship and public outreach on Asia and US-Asia issues.

Here's the full text: Download oklahoma.pdf

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