The faculty review committee, consisting of Xian Huang, Tao Jiang, Mingwei Liu, and Weijie Song, just announced the result of the first RCCS essay contest:
First place: Lili Xu (graduate student in the Department of English at the School of Arts and Sciences): "Different Meanings of Being Silent"
Second place: Tianhao Liu (graduate student with concentrations in international business and economics at Rutgers Business School): "Digital Platform Firms and Internationalization"
Third place: Yuxin Lin (sophomore in Finance and Political Science at Rutgers Business School): "Diverging Superpowers: Economic Impacts of the US-Sino Trade War, Explored through Consumer Markets, Technological Decoupling, and Global Supply Chain Shifts"
Honorable mentions:
1. Dian Shang (graduate student in Department of Asian Languages and Cultures): "The Hidden Buddhist Discourse in Wang Wei’s Unclassified Poem"
2. Gloria Liu (senior in the School of Arts and Sciences): "What Does Natural Actually Mean"
Congratulations! We want to thank everybody who submitted their works to this contest.