I graduated from Tsinghua University as a Schwarzman Scholar in 2018. Before that, I studied at Princeton and the Pearson United World College of the Pacific.
I co-founded The Prison Electives Project, a program that’s delivered humanities courses in New Jersey and Ontario’s correctional facilities.
My writing has appeared in several venues, including The New York Times, USA Today, and others. I was a 2016 University Fellow at Atlantic Media, the publisher of The Atlantic, Quartz, and the National Journal.
Academically, I predominantly spend my time thinking about applied ethics, philosophical pedagogy, and the nascent field of effective altruism. I’m interested in how the academy can illuminate the real world.
Criminal Justice, Aviation
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