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Clement C. P. Chang, Chinese university president. Named Honorary citizen, City of Atlanta, 1979, Honorary lieutenant governor, State of Oklahoma, 1981, Honorary ambassador at large, Oklahoma City, 1981; Eisenhower fellowship, Philadelphia, 1973.

Background

Chang, Clement C. P. was born on March 15, 1929 in I-lan, Taiwan. Son of Chang and Chang Chu En-chiu (Chu) Chang.

Education

Bachelor of Science, St. John's University, Shanghai, 1949. Master of Science, University Illinois, 1952. Doctor of Education, 1981.

Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), University Baguio, Philippines, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio Northern University, 1975.

Career

Member executive board trustees Tamkang College, Taipei, 1963—1976, president, 1964—1980, Tamkang University, since 1980.

Membership

Chairman Taipei Education Association, 1950—1974, Young Men’s Christian Association, Taipei, China, since 1973. Deputy speaker Taipei City Council, 1973—1981, speaker, since 1981. Standing committeeman Kuomintang, Taipei, 1984.

Member of International Association University Presidents.

Connections

Married Carrie W.T. Chiang, April 12, 1956. Children: Flora Chang, Polly Chang.

father:
Chang Chang

mother:
Chang Chu En-chiu (Chu) Chang

spouse:
Carrie W.T. Chiang

child:
Polly Chang

child:
Flora Chang