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Project Management Research Center of DUT Won the “Outstanding Education Contribution Award” of the 20 Years’ Development of Project Management in China

Nov 20, 2019 Du Yichen

The 20 Years’ Development of Project Management in China: Achievement Presentation and Summit Forum, hosted by China International Talent Exchange Foundation and co-organized by Project Management Institute (PMI), was held in Beijing, 29 Oct. 2019. Lu Ming, member of the Party Committee of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Wan Jinfa, deputy director of the China International Talent Exchange Foundation, and Sunil Prashara, PMI Global President and CEO attended the forum. Nearly 500 experts and professors from the Ministry of Science and Technology and relevant government departments, enterprises and universities attended the meeting. Project Management Research Center of DUT won the “Outstanding Education Contribution Award” of the 20 years’ project management development in China (1999-2019), and Professor Song Jinbo, Vice President of the School of Economics and Management, took the stage to receive the award.

Project Management Research Center of DUT focuses on public project investment and financing decision-making, project governance, complex project management, project-driven enterprise management and other research fields. It has trained a large number of outstanding project management talents for government, enterprises, and social organizations, and has also promoted domestic and international certification of project management. Furthermore, it has made positive contributions to the improved performance of government and private capital investment, capacity improvement of large central enterprises, and construction of the Belt and Road Initiative.

On the 50th anniversary of PMI, The Ten Top Project Management Outstanding Education Contribution Awards which jointly selected by China International Talent Exchange Foundation and PMI represent the highest level of educational awards in the field of project management in China.

FYI:

The China International Talent Exchange Foundation is a non-profit organization authorized approved by the Chinese government to provide fund support and related services for promoting international exchange and cooperation of talents. It is administered and directed by the Ministry of Science and Technology. The fund is funded by government grants and donations from the public to support and promote international exchange and cooperation of talents among Chinese governments at all levels, enterprises, research and development institutions, universities and various social organizations.

PMI (Project Management Institute) is an international professional association in the field of Project Management in the United States. It has more than 1 million members and certified personnel in 191 countries.