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Making Headlines For More Than 160 Years

Date of Publication: 
03/27/2012

School of Business and Public Administration Hosts Chinese Delegation from the America and China International Foundation (ACIF)

This week, the School of Business and Public Administration (SBPA) pursuant to its partnership contract with the America and China International Foundation (ACIF) is presenting an overview of the American judicial process for 20 prosecutors from the Yunnan Province People’s Procuratorate Delegation, People’s Republic of China (PRC).  Among them are 14 chief prosecutors, 5 deputy chief prosecutors and one bailiff.  The presenters consist of SBPA faculty members, current and retired U.S. Attorneys as well as current and retired judges. This is UDC’s first project with ACIF with more collaborative opportunities ahead.

The University of the District of Columbia School of Business and Public Administration is on the forefront of expanding global initiatives.

Photo from Left to Right:

Mr. Derrick Anthony Depass (Presenter of “Overview of the U.S. Legislative System”), Dr. Chigbo Ofong (Associate Dean, School of Business and Public Administration), Mr. Li Ruokun (Deputy Chief Prosecutor, China’s Yunnan Province), Honorable Paul A. Quander, Jr. (Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice, Washington DC), Dr. Richard Bebee (Dean, School of Business and Public Administration), Dr. Allen Sessoms (President, University of the District of Columbia)


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