The Hobby School of Public Affairs coordinates various professional training programs annually for Global Unisource, Inc. Global Unisource offers study tours focusing on American government, economics, education and business practices for professionals in China. Tailored for each group – be it government officials and staff, educators or administrators – the sessions are conducted by faculty of the University of Houston, University of Houston-Clear Lake, and the University of St. Thomas.
Previous programs have focused on topics such as American Government, Education, Public Administration, Project Management, Engineering, Intellectual Property Law, and Finance & Accounting.
In addition to classroom lectures, the programs include site visits to locations such as the Capitol in Austin, Houston City Hall, and the office of the Harris County Clerk.
Interactive class discussions and field trips to federal, state and local government agencies enhance the learning experience and make their visit to the United States a memorable one.
David Guo, president of Global Unisource, Inc (left in photo) and a public administration program participant present a gift from China to Don Sumners, Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector and Voter Registrar.
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Check out the Hangzhou delegation's visit to the City of Houston.
Pictured: Mr. He, Kai, Deputy Director of Administration, Hangzhou, People’s Government
About Global Unisource, Inc.
The China Association for International Exchange of Personnel (CAIEP) has recognized Global Unisource, Inc. as a certified service provider in the United States since 1993. Working with the Hobby School of Public Affairs, the City of Houston Cape Training Center and Texas A&M University, Global Unisource has earned an international reputation for excellence in executive education programs. According to Global Unisource president David Guo, "Our study tours play an important role in U.S.-China relations by promoting an awareness of the different government and business cultures found in the two countries. The sessions provide Chinese leaders an understanding of the role of the U.S. government and how the market economy works."