高礼研究院理事长张磊、耶鲁大学校长理查德·莱文致辞

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高礼研究院理事长张磊先生致辞:      

非常感谢人民大学校领导的支持,感谢今年4月23日耶鲁大学莱文校长专程从美国过来一起为高礼研究院揭幕。非常感谢为我们高礼研究院服务的志愿者同学,在他们的帮助下,我们才能把这个计划圆满展开。最后我要感谢今天来到现场的各个金融界的领军人物,等会我们会有两个分组讨论。一方面是对目前资本市场时事的看法,另一方面是现在创业环境尤其是热点的电子商务创业。我期待与大家一起分享。

为什么我们讲通识教育?实际上我们是在打破过去传统的专业、模块教育的界限,真正站在企业和社会实践环境下提升同学们的实力。比如,一个企业所面临的环境,有投资者、买方卖方、资本市场,各个方面的利益相关体。每个相关体我们都会请人来给同学讲解,他们在运行过程中遇到的问题。这个才是我们英才计划规划的课题。下周五我会跟大家分享,站在投资的角度如何看待这些问题。

每次回到人大校园,我都很激动,因为每次回来都能想到在这里度过的四年时光。高礼研究院的成立本身就是我和几个校友杨戈、刘强东一起聊天的时候,想怎么给学校做点事情、给学生做点事情而触发的一个想法。这其中有两拨朋友参与,一边是像强东这样的创业精英的代表,一边是投资金融界的朋友,大家决定一起来做研究院。高礼研究院希望通过引进西方通识教育的观念,让同学们进一步把自己的知识和实践结合起来。

再次感谢所有同学对高礼研究院和高礼英才培养计划的兴趣和信心。我们一定live up your expectation。

谢谢大家!


耶鲁莱文校长致辞:  

It is remarkable to see what is going on in China. Just see entrepreneurship taking whole in such an important grade. Even today, over half of the new jobs created in the United States are created by new businesses, the business of 5 years or less. And so in the country growing rapidly, China, the contribution that who can make to the development of your country is truly profound. Even in the advanced developed economy like the United States, the contribution of entrepreneurs is profound. For example, in the revolution of electronic computing, the leading companies were all fresh start ups, Intel, for example. Again when the personal computer came and distributive computing came in 1980s, it was Microsoft, Apple, and companies both hardware and software, Dell for example. And of course with the development of the internet in 1990s, again all brand new enterprises, Google, Amazon, and Facebook. So you are the engines of economic growth in development. Right here in this courtyard are the people who are going to drive the growth of China in the next decade. But the same is true for the society outside of the market economy. That is entrepreneurs of social arena has been extraordinary in the development of the United States and is going to take importance in China as well. But the work has been done in our country to help to improve conditions of the poor and less advantage. The work has been done to clean up the environment. The work has been done to provide education for those especially needed. Those all done by so-called NGOs, non-governmental organizations, also require innovative entrepreneurs’ leaders to succeed. In the work Zhang Lei is doing, I’m sure he will describe shortly, he is trying to encourage wise social entrepreneurs in China to help to raise child, to help education, to help with the construction of housing, to help in all kinds of ways. That will create a better life for the less advantage in Chinese society. Now you entrepreneurs know entrepreneurship is not something that is easily taught. It is hard for those educators to understand how do one give individuals to create a spark if they need to be an entrepreneur. We do think that in the United States we have developed in our best universities a system of education that at least can do some to unleash the entrepreneur spirit. Central tenets of what is called liberal education or liberal arts education are those that I think are most supportive and promotive of entrepreneurs. There are two key ideas: one is to sprawl a wide range of subjects as a part of one’s college education, not to specialize entirely in one subject. This is a notion of getting broad, multidisciplinary perspectives and to cultivate creative and adaptive thinkers. The second key idea is that encourage students to speak up, to speak for themselves to formulate their own views, to develop independent critical thinkings. This is done through questioning in class participation, to encourage students to question each other and question their teachers. Not a traditional pattern in the country like China. We in Yale have been working for the past seven years with the leaders of your best universities; try to bring some of these ideas to practice in China. We are making more progress with the first idea than the second. That is it’s been very wide-received in most of your universities. And we will gain more progress in the second. And it is a little harder. It takes some years but it definitely can be achieved. Yale is very proud to have so many opportunities to work closely with all of you on the top event.

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高礼研究院定位于“大学之上,荟萃菁英,绽放生命”,是高瓴资本创始人、董事长张磊先生2011年在中国人民大学捐建成立,并联合众多商界领袖和社会名流一起推动发展,现已成为蜚声全球著名大学和企业的顶端青年领袖人才培养平台。高礼研究院以“通识教育、价值投资、实践创新”为培养理念,“重仓中国未来,All In 青年英才”。我们的愿景是与“杰出企业、杰出企业家、杰出创新创业者”这三座森林共同成长,让时间成为未来青年企业领袖的朋友。高礼研究院坚持遴选和培养具有“伟大格局观、社会责任感、企业家精神和极致执行力”的未来社会栋梁人才。
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