I graduated from Harvard College in 2009 with an honors thesis in government advised by Stephen Rosen on 
Chinese politics. I explained sudden policy shifts on ethnic minorities (少数民族政策) from a security and political economy perspective, using perceived border threats and data on central government budgetary spending on ethnic minorities. In addition, I finished with minors in Korean and Teacher Education, in a joint-program between the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School of Education and am credentialed to teach Social Studies/History, Political Philosophy, Chinese language, English, and Korean language in Massachusetts and California. 

During my undergraduate years, I was a researcher with the Long Term Strategy Groupfounded by Professor Stephen Rosen and created two time-series data sets on Chinese perceptions of Japan  and on the United States economy in the media. 

I have also been a summer Compliance analyst at Goldman Sachs Asia where I wrote and compiled the compliance rules for the new Goldman Sachs China and India branches as well as new global finance rules in 2008.

Outside academia and research, I am a Political Science representative to the Graduate Students Association at UCSD and serve as the Graduate representative to the Campuswide Judicial Board and the Capital Outlay and Space Advisory Committee (COSAC).

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鄺恩龍  加州大學聖地牙哥分校政治博士研究生   主修東亞國際關係   哈佛大學政治學學士畢業
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