We are excited about the upcoming ACCEX Conference 2017 in Shenyang. Co-hosted by Northeastern University, this meeting will focus on leadership development and the creation of working groups that will advance the ACCEX Network, and transform it into a more sustainable organization. Together, we will create processes in the network for more efficient programing, community outreach, and research development.

Happy holidays to all of our ACCEX family! It is with great enthusiasm and pride that we provide you with the latest news from our network family. We are growing, as three new American Culture Centers -- Miami-Sanya American Cultural center, American Culture Center for Fitness and NUA-VCU Culture and Arts Exchange Center will join us this year! Please join us in warmly welcoming the new members.

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August Edition is a special issue that highlighted the 2016 ACCEX Network Annual Conference in Guangzhou with a quick recap from Dr. Brashears. A new team member, Courtney Collins, has joined the US Embassy team to provide continuous support to all ACCEX Network centers. Secretary Kerry's June visit to Beijing confirmed the commitment for People-to-People Exchange programs between US and China. 

 

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Beijing Foreign Studies University and the US-China Education Trust are pleased to announce the ASN Professor Mei Renyi American Studies Essay Competition. This competition will take place in the autumn semester of 2016 and is open to all Chinese undergraduate and graduate students interested in American Studies. Please refer to the attached file for more information.

Submission Deadline:  October 31, 2016

This month's newsletter welcomes our newest center, the Johnson C. Smith University and Guangdong Baiyun University Center for Culture and Race. Additionally, we highlight two of the distinguished speakers that will be present at the 2016 ACCEX Conference:  Charles Bennett, Consul General of the U.S. in Guangzhou; and Paul Turner, Regional Director for East Asia at the International Institute of Education.

Coming from the Bald Eagle and Panda Crew at Iowa State University:  Volume 1, Issue 5 of the Bald Eagle and Panda newsletters.  These newsletters are designed to be used as an accessible resources for students interested in American culture. We encourage you to print copies for display or distribution in your American cultural center. Check it out now!