Sino-North American Leisure and Tourism Academic Leaders Forum/首届中国-北美休闲与旅游院长论坛

Sino-North American Leisure and Tourism Academic Leaders Forum

Host: CILRA & the University of Illinois

Venue: I-Hotel in Champaign, IL

Date/Time: 2/11/2020; 8:00AM-9:45AM

Participants: Forum members will include Deans, Chairs/Heads, and program directors of leisure, tourism, and global education programs in China and North America. All registered conference attendees are welcomed to attend the Forum.

Purposes of the forum are to explore:

  1. How to internationalize Chinese and North American leisure, recreation, parks, and tourism programs.
    1. Opportunities and barriers to institutional collaborations.
    2. Developing and fostering bi-directional student exchanges between Chinese and North American universities.
    3. Contributions of international faculty to the internationalization of Chinese and North American programs.
    4. Students’ recruitment and retention through international programs.
  2. Strategies for developing productive and sustainable research collaborations between Chinese and North American universities.
  3. Future research directions in leisure, recreation, parks, and tourism studies in China and North America.
    1. What are the critical and most promising avenues for research beyond the 9 areas identified during the 2013 Beijing CILRA Congress (time use, leisure and happiness/life satisfaction, public policy and planning, family leisure, needs and motivations, technological change, leisure space and resources, leisure education, and leisure and traditional culture)? For a description of the 9 areas please see:

      Stodolska, M., Walker, G. J., Wei, X., Dong, E., & Li, M. Z. (2015). Identifying critical leisure issues in China: A mixed methods study. Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Sciences), 1-26. Available at: http://www.zjujournals.com/soc/CN/abstract/abstract11066.shtml

Schedule and Presenters:

8-8:05AM – Welcome and Forum Introduction (Dr. Monika Stodolska, Professor and Director of the Diversity Research Laboratory, Department of Recreation Sport and Tourism, University of Illinois, co-founder of CILRA)

8:05-8:20AM – Dr. Matt Rosenstein (Director of Global Education and Training Program and Director of the Shanghai Office, University of Illinois)

8:20 – 8:35AM – Dr. Kathleen Andereck and Dr. Erwei Dong (Vice Dean and Assistant Dean, Hainan University-Arizona State University International Joint Tourism College (HAITC) Program)

8:35-8:50AM – Dr. Ning Lv (Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Tourism Sciences, Beijing International Studies University)

8:50-9:05AM – Dr. Kerry Mummery (Dean, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation, University of Alberta, Canada)

9:05-9:20AM – Dr. Xin Xin Feng (Dean, School of Community Sports, Shenyang University of Sport)

9:20-9:45AM – Q&A

Moderators: Dr. Monika Stodolska and Dr. Zhi Li (University of Illinois)

首届中国-北美休闲与旅游院长论坛

主办方:中国休闲研究国际学会

                  美国伊利诺伊大学

地点:美国伊利诺伊州香槟市I-Hotel

时间:2020年2月11日上午8点至9点45分

本次论坛主旨演讲嘉宾包括中国和北美高校休闲和旅游项目的院长、系主任或学科带头人以及伊利诺伊大学国际教育项目负责人。主办方欢迎所有注册参会人员出席此论坛。

本次论坛将探讨以下几个议题:

  1. 如何推动中国和北美高校中休闲、游憩、公园和旅游项目的国际化进程
    1. 中国和北美高校间合作的机遇与挑战
    2. 发展和促进中国和北美高校间的双向学生交流
    3. 国际教师对中国和北美休闲、游憩、公园和旅游项目国际化的贡献
    4. 通过国际项目来促进休闲、游憩、公园和旅游专业的招生并提升学生保留率
  2. 中国和北美高校间开展富有成效且可持续的合作研究战略计划
  3. 中国和北美休闲、游憩、公园和旅游领域未来的研究方向
    1. 注:2013年在北京举办了中国休闲研究专题研讨会,会上探讨了未来中国九大重要休闲议题,包括使用时间、休闲和幸福/生活满意度、公共政策和规划、家庭休闲、需要和动机、技术变化、在城市地区的休闲空间、休闲教育以及休闲和传统文化。关于这九大重要休闲议题的介绍,请参见文章:

      莫妮卡.斯多德斯卡, 戈登.沃克, 魏翔, 董二为, & 李志. (2015). 基于混合研究法的中国重要休闲议题的识别研究. 浙江大学学报: 人文社会科学版, (1), 105-118. 网站链接如下:http://www.zjujournals.com/soc/CN/abstract/abstract11066.shtml

本次论坛旨在探讨在这九大研究领域的基础之上未来关键且有前景的研究路径

日程和主旨演讲嘉宾

8:00-8:05:欢迎辞和论坛介绍 (Monika Stodolska博士,美国伊利诺伊大学休闲体育与旅游系教授,休闲多元化研究实验室主任, 中国休闲研究国际学会联合创始人

8:05-8:20:Matt Rosenstein博士 (美国伊利诺伊大学国际教育与培训主任, 伊利诺伊大学上海办公室主任

8:20-8:35: Kathleen Andereck博士和董二为博士 (海南大学亚利桑那州立大学联合国际旅游学院副院长和助理院长,中国休闲研究国际学会联合创始人

8:35-8:50:吕宁博士 (北京第二外国语学院旅游科学学院主管教学副院长

8:50-9:05:Kerry Mummery博士(加拿大阿尔伯塔大学体育、游憩与人体运动学院院长

9:05-9:20:冯欣欣博士 (沈阳体育学院社会体育学院院长

9:20-9:45:问答环节

主持人:Monika Stodolska博士和李志博士(美国伊利诺伊大学

首届中国-北美休闲与旅游院长论坛

主办方:中国休闲研究国际学会

                  美国伊利诺伊大学

地点:美国伊利诺伊州香槟市I-Hotel

时间:2020年2月11日上午8点至9点45分

本次论坛主旨演讲嘉宾包括中国和北美高校休闲和旅游项目的院长、系主任或学科带头人以及伊利诺伊大学国际教育项目负责人。主办方欢迎所有注册参会人员出席此论坛。

本次论坛将探讨以下几个议题:

  1. 如何推动中国和北美高校中休闲、游憩、公园和旅游项目的国际化进程
    1. 中国和北美高校间合作的机遇与挑战
    2. 发展和促进中国和北美高校间的双向学生交流
    3. 国际教师对中国和北美休闲、游憩、公园和旅游项目国际化的贡献
    4. 通过国际项目来促进休闲、游憩、公园和旅游专业的招生并提升学生保留率
  2. 中国和北美高校间开展富有成效且可持续的合作研究战略计划
  3. 中国和北美休闲、游憩、公园和旅游领域未来的研究方向
    1. 注:2013年在北京举办了中国休闲研究专题研讨会,会上探讨了未来中国九大重要休闲议题,包括使用时间、休闲和幸福/生活满意度、公共政策和规划、家庭休闲、需要和动机、技术变化、在城市地区的休闲空间、休闲教育以及休闲和传统文化。关于这九大重要休闲议题的介绍,请参见文章:

      莫妮卡.斯多德斯卡, 戈登.沃克, 魏翔, 董二为, & 李志. (2015). 基于混合研究法的中国重要休闲议题的识别研究. 浙江大学学报: 人文社会科学版, (1), 105-118. 网站链接如下:http://www.zjujournals.com/soc/CN/abstract/abstract11066.shtml

本次论坛旨在探讨在这九大研究领域的基础之上未来关键且有前景的研究路径

日程和主旨演讲嘉宾

8:00-8:05:欢迎辞和论坛介绍 (Monika Stodolska博士,美国伊利诺伊大学休闲体育与旅游系教授,休闲多元化研究实验室主任, 中国休闲研究国际学会联合创始人

8:05-8:20:Matt Rosenstein博士 (美国伊利诺伊大学国际教育与培训主任, 伊利诺伊大学上海办公室主任

8:20-8:35: Kathleen Andereck博士和董二为博士 (海南大学亚利桑那州立大学联合国际旅游学院副院长和助理院长,中国休闲研究国际学会联合创始人

8:35-8:50:吕宁博士 (北京第二外国语学院旅游科学学院主管教学副院长

8:50-9:05:Kerry Mummery博士(加拿大阿尔伯塔大学体育、游憩与人体运动学院院长

9:05-9:20:冯欣欣博士 (沈阳体育学院社会体育学院院长

9:20-9:45:问答环节

主持人:Monika Stodolska博士和李志博士(美国伊利诺伊大学

Sino-North American Leisure and Tourism Academic Leaders Forum

Host: CILRA & the University of Illinois

Venue: I-Hotel in Champaign, IL

Date/Time: 2/11/2020; 8:00AM-9:45AM

Participants: Forum members will include Deans, Chairs/Heads, and program directors of leisure, tourism, and global education programs in China and North America. All registered conference attendees are welcomed to attend the Forum.

Purposes of the forum are to explore:

  1. How to internationalize Chinese and North American leisure, recreation, parks, and tourism programs.
    1. Opportunities and barriers to institutional collaborations.
    2. Developing and fostering bi-directional student exchanges between Chinese and North American universities.
    3. Contributions of international faculty to the internationalization of Chinese and North American programs.
    4. Students’ recruitment and retention through international programs.
  2. Strategies for developing productive and sustainable research collaborations between Chinese and North American universities.
  3. Future research directions in leisure, recreation, parks, and tourism studies in China and North America.
    1. What are the critical and most promising avenues for research beyond the 9 areas identified during the 2013 Beijing CILRA Congress (time use, leisure and happiness/life satisfaction, public policy and planning, family leisure, needs and motivations, technological change, leisure space and resources, leisure education, and leisure and traditional culture)? For a description of the 9 areas please see:

      Stodolska, M., Walker, G. J., Wei, X., Dong, E., & Li, M. Z. (2015). Identifying critical leisure issues in China: A mixed methods study. Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Sciences), 1-26. Available at: http://www.zjujournals.com/soc/CN/abstract/abstract11066.shtml

Schedule and Presenters:

8-8:05AM – Welcome and Forum Introduction (Dr. Monika Stodolska, Professor and Director of the Diversity Research Laboratory, Department of Recreation Sport and Tourism, University of Illinois, co-founder of CILRA)

8:05-8:20AM – Dr. Matt Rosenstein (Director of Global Education and Training Program and Director of the Shanghai Office, University of Illinois)

8:20 – 8:35AM – Dr. Kathleen Andereck and Dr. Erwei Dong (Vice Dean and Assistant Dean, Hainan University-Arizona State University International Joint Tourism College (HAITC) Program)

8:35-8:50AM – Dr. Ning Lv (Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Tourism Sciences, Beijing International Studies University)

8:50-9:05AM – Dr. Kerry Mummery (Dean, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation, University of Alberta, Canada)

9:05-9:20AM – Dr. Xin Xin Feng (Dean, School of Community Sports, Shenyang University of Sport)

9:20-9:45AM – Q&A

Moderators: Dr. Monika Stodolska and Dr. Zhi Li (University of Illinois)