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2022 Events

Learn Chinese Culture
Learn Chinese Culture

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Learn Chinese Culture
Learn Chinese Culture

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Learn Chinese Culture
Learn Chinese Culture

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Learn Chinese Culture
Learn Chinese Culture

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Daniella Liang made a presentation on February 1, 2022 about the origin and history of 'baozi' as part of the Chinese New Year celebration.

Economics and Public Policy - Interest Rate
Economics and Public Policy - Interest Rate

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Economics and Public Policy - Interest Rate
Economics and Public Policy - Interest Rate

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Economics and Public Policy - Interest Rate
Economics and Public Policy - Interest Rate

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Economics and Public Policy - Interest Rate
Economics and Public Policy - Interest Rate

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Beatrice Low and Joylyn Wei co-host a series of workshops on economics and public policy-related topics. The first workshop is held on November 27, 2022 on interest rates. They led the discussion to look at why interest rates matter and how public policymakers use interest rates to influence our society’s businesses and daily life. 

 

U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy Workshop
U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy Workshop

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U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy Workshop
U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy Workshop

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U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy Workshop
U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy Workshop

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U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy Workshop
U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy Workshop

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Michael Talbot, Beatrice Low, and Joylyn Wei held a workshop that provide an overview of the "U.S. Supreme Court and Public Policy" on December 30, 2022. The workshop introduced the U.S. Supreme Court structure and how it has a profound impact on public policy. Beatrice Low and Joylyn Wei discussed real-life issues and events to relate to what is happening in our community, our country, and the world. The workshop also provides Q&A for students to raise multiple interesting questions about presidents' elections. 

 

 

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