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YE YUAN (Richard)graduated in 2011 from Northwestern University with a double major in Economics and Mathematics. and he received the Kellogg Certificate for Undergraduate Students. Richard worked at BlackRock and Bosera Asset Management as a portfolio manager in fixed income where he focused on credit investing and Multi-asset investing. Upon completion of Schwarzman Scholarship program,…

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Huang Cheng graduated from Tsinghua University with a major in Accounting and minor in Law. She was awarded the Principal Scholarship given to only the top-10 undergraduates each year. Being selected as valedictorian, she delivered the farewell statement at the 2014 Graduation Ceremony of Tsinghua University on behalf of her class. Interested in education, she…

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After selecting four cohorts of Schwarzman Scholars, Steve Schwarzman reflects on how a vision for a program turned into a reality, and what is ahead for the future.

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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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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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