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We asked members of the second cohort about what they learned as Schwarzman Scholars. Stacey-Ann Pearson (Jamaica, 2018) discusses personal and professional learning.

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Schwarzman Scholars reflect on lessons learned during their time in Beijing.

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Peer to Peer

Schwarzman Scholars reflect on lessons learned from fellow scholars.

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Peer to Peer, Micah

We asked members of the second cohort about what they learned from their fellow Scholars. Micah Peterson (United States) discusses a conversation with a classmate from Libya.

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Peer to Peer, Jonathan

We asked members of the second cohort about what they learned from their fellow Scholars. Jonathan Padilla (United States) discusses what China means to different people.

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New York & Beijing, December 3, 2018 – Schwarzman Scholars, one of the world’s most prestigious graduate fellowships, located at Schwarzman College at Tsinghua University in Beijing, today announced its fourth class. 147 Schwarzman Scholars were selected from over 2,800 applicants. The Class of 2020 is comprised of students from 38 countries and 119 universities,…

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We asked members of the second cohort about what they learned as Schwarzman Scholars. Charles Vitry (France, 2018) discusses the benefit of understanding the technology space in China.

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We asked members of the second cohort about what they learned as Schwarzman Scholars. Naishad Kai-Ren I (Singapore, 2018) discusses his new understanding of local politics in China.

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New York and Beijing, September 13, 2018 – Schwarzman Scholars announced that Professor Xue Lan has been appointed Dean of Schwarzman Scholars, a highly selective international scholarship program based at Tsinghua University in Beijing. As Dean of Schwarzman College, Professor Xue will work closely with the Executive Director and other program leadership both in New…

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Creating Lasting Change

Scholars participated in a peer-to-peer symposium in which they have 7-minutes to teach the cohort about something they are interested in. Jialing Jiang (China, Class of 2018) discusses her work creating a new organization at Tsinghua University.

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