By attending the Hopkins-Nanjing Center, you will join a community of over 2,400 alumni all over the world. In order to foster community development, the HNC is working with ProjectPengyou.org to pilot new online tools for our alumni.
Project Pengyou was conceived as the alumni network of the 100,000 Strong Initiative and is building a global online community of leaders connecting China and the U.S. Watch a video about the pilot partnership between HNC and Project Pengyou here. (Click here to view on Youku).
the next two months, The Hopkins–Nanjing Center will be hosting events
for our alumni around the world to celebrate The HNC–Project Pengyou Pilot. The first launch event in Shanghai will feature current and former HNC co-directors Jason Patent, Elizabeth Knup, and Robert Daly coming together to discuss the past, present and future of our bilingual, bicultural community. Other distinguished guests will include Holly Chang, President of The Golden Bridges Foundation, and Travis Tanner (HNC '02), Senior Vice President and COO of The 100,000 Strong Foundation.
Additional launch events will take place in cities throughout Asia and North America, beginning with Washington, D.C.
To all of our incoming students, we encourage you to go online and become a Pengyou today!