Juliette Zhu recently graduated from Agnes Scott College. She earned her bachelor’s degree in History and English Literature-Creative Writing. She is in the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society and the Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor Society.
Her research interests are in History of Education in Republican China, international education and educational exchanges between U.S. and China. Her past researches include the emergence of singly-by-choice women in women’s colleges in republican China and factors that influenced Chinese students’ study abroad choice. Currently working on a project on exploring the phenomenon of a huge group of marginalized Chinese students gathering in Chinatown in Flushing, New York.
Zhu was rewarded as a Hubert scholar, designed and launched an arts educational project at a homeless institution in Atlanta. She also conducted a reading project for children in rural China.
She is now applying for PhD programs in Education and will continue to work on cross-cultural education and educational exchange.
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