Canada-China Education Projects (Video Interview with Dr. Ruth Hayhoe) (Part 1/2)

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Featuring Ruth Hayhoe – ruth-hayhoe [at] sympatico.ca

Dr. Ruth Hayhoe hopes to stimulate current and future collaboration between Canadian and Chinese universities through her project, “Canada-China University Linkages in a New Era of Global Geo-Politics,” funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

In this interview, based on a lecture at The University of British Columbia in May 2012, Dr. Hayhoe reflects on the arc of previous Canada-China education projects, Canada’s legacy, and mutual learning and lessons for each state partner.

Here’s the first in a series of two interviews with Dr. Hayhoe. Part 2 was published in June 2012.

Canada-China Education Projects (4:32 min)

Ruth Hayhoe – Department of Theory and Policy Studies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.

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