Homeless people in Shanghai, blockchain technology application to sustainable consumption in China, individual carbon footprint in China by 2050, Shanghai Jewish refugees, crisis communication during Covid-19, Zen and the art of detection, religion and the professional middle class in urban China ...
The CSCC undergraduate poster exhibition on China-related research will take place on Sept. 23, and we welcome anyone who has an interest to attend. Topics to be covered include those listed above.
This exhibition communicates and celebrates the participation of undergraduate students at DKU in scholarly inquiry, research, and creative endeavors. The aim is to give the students who have been involved in CSCC undergraduate research projects an opportunity to share their experience, receive valuable feedback on their work, and contribute to the scholarly conversation. Everyone is encouraged to attend and feel free to bring any insights and questions you have and discuss with all the researchers.
Presentation of each project generally takes five to 10 minutes (five-minute presentation, three minutes for questions, two-minute transition to the next presenter).
This event is open to the public (non-DKU).
Zoom link: https://duke.zoom.us/j/96692200133?pwd=RDFZWnpQWjZCNkhXNmNQOW02VTdkUT09
Zoom meeting ID: 966 9220 0133
Zoom password: 923923
Here are some of the project posters: