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Yingxia Cao, associate professor of decision sciences, discusses “Post-Purchase Shipping and Customer Service Experiences in Online Shopping and Their Impact on Customer Satisfaction,” Tuesday in the Presidents Dining Room. Cao focused on the aspects of online shopping that attract Chinese consumers, like shipping, tracking, and customer service.

Online shopping experience studied

Yingxia Cao, associate professor of decision sciences, talked about online customer service experiences in China and Taiwan Yingxia Cao, associate professor of decision sciences, discusses “Post-Purchase Shipping and Customer Service Experiences in Online Shopping and Their Impact on Customer Satisfaction,” Tuesday in the Presidents Dining Room. Cao focused on the aspects of online shopping that […]

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Visiting scholar Qian Song-Ling of the La Fetra College of Education discusses “A ‘KPRC’ Model of K-12 IT Curriculum Development: Focus on Information Sociology” Tuesday in the Presidents Dining Room. The lecture focused on the similarities and differences in education in China and the United States. Song-Ling also talked about ways K-12 schools in this country can improve their use of technology in education. / photo by Conor Holahan

China leads education

Visiting scholar Qian Song-Ling of the La Fetra College of Education discusses “A ‘KPRC’ Model of K-12 IT Curriculum Development: Focus on Information Sociology” Tuesday in the Presidents Dining Room.

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Richard Rosecrance, adjunct professor at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, demonstrates how China has a growing military and economic resource that they will pass all countries, including the United States April 30 in the Campus Center Ballroom. Rosecrance says that China and the U.S. would not have a war with each other because China is not stable enough to do just that. Though the two countries need to create an interdependence of focus, economically and politically and China will want to join forces with the U.S.

Economist examines Chinese ties

American economist, historian and political scientist Richard Rosencrance proposed differentiating economic industries with China to avoid a potential war in his lecture “The Next Great War? The Root of World War I and the Risk of U.S.-China Conflict,” April 30 in the Campus Center Ballroom.

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