SP2017 Project Pengyou Policy Case Competition

Presentation | February 1 | 7 Evans Hall

 Chrystal Chang, Professor of International & Area Studies Academic Program, Political Science Department and Sociology Department; Daniel Baker, PhD student of Goldman School of Public Policy; Philip Rogers, Political Science PhD

 ASUC (Associated Students of the University of California)

The Project Pengyou Policy Case Competition, open to all undergraduate and graduate students across UC Berkeley, is a biannual event held by Project Pengyou, Berkeley Chapter. It is intended to foster discussion and collaborative research and to encourage creative and feasible policy-making, in a non-partisan environment, on key topics in the U.S.-China space.The winning team will receive a $20 Amazon gift card per person, will have their policy proposal featured in the Berkeley Student Journal of Asian Studies, and will also get to come to the BSJAS Symposium to present their proposal!

Application:

https://docs.google.com/a/projectpengyou.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfG2brt7AVCdS1co2TJpYJVbhVSkqz-392SUkMviPE3OVA-CA/viewform

 danlinhuang@berkeley.edu