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Blaise Buma (Cameroon, ’17) shares his thoughts on making your application standout, why Schwarzman Scholars is critical for young leaders, and how the program can help the future of Africa-China relations. -- My name is Blaise Buma and I am a member of the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars – Class of 2017. I grew…

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Jordyn Turner and Tyler Ross share their thoughts on planning and touring Microsoft's China Center One- the tech giant's Beijing-based hub for innovation and product development. Read more here:  I recently organized an event for over twenty of my fellow Scholars during which we had the opportunity to tour Microsoft’s China Center One, the tech…

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With the year now underway, we are excited to share insights from the Scholars in their own words. Alina Luk studied science, technology and society at Stanford University, and is currently working on her third startup. She innovated in the medical tech space by digitizing biometric health records for indigenous people in Thailand by cofounding…

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With the year now underway, we are excited to share insights from the Scholars in their own words. Dan Goldstern graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where he studied political science. He studied abroad in Beijing, where the scale and complexity of China’s urban centers and infrastructure inspired the direction of his career. Dan is…

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With the year now underway, we are excited to share insights from the Scholars in their own words. Christian Føhrby holds an A.B. degree in Government from Harvard University and a Master of Science degree in Global Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science. His main interests are green energy, US-Chinese relations,…

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With the year now underway, we are excited to share insights from the Scholars in their own words. Daniel Glenn served in the United States military for 10 years, studying international relations at the United States Naval Academy before earning a Master degree in Government from the University of Maryland. As a Navy Explosive Ordnance…

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Gautam Mukunda is a Visiting Professor Co-Teaching the Leadership Course at Schwarzman College. He is an Assistant Professor in the Organizational Behavior Unit of Harvard Business School. Before joining the business school he was the National Science Foundation Synthetic Biology ERC Postdoctoral Fellow resident at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Center for International Studies. He received…

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Schwarzman College hosted the EY Symposium on Entrepreneurship and Innovation.  Aileen Tam, sat down for a personal discussion with Global Chief Innovation Officer, Jeff Wong. Read about her conversation here:  EY is well known as a professional services firm with a strong global reputation and a high performing team culture. I joined the EY Symposium…

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With the year now underway, we are excited to share insights from the Scholars in their own words. Belinda McEniery completed a Bachelor of Economics (Honors) in 2014 at the University of Queensland where she researched healthcare expenditure. Since graduating, Belinda has worked at Queensland Treasury, focusing on public health policy. Previously, she interned in…

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With the year now underway, we are excited to share insights from the Scholars in their own words. Alexander Springer majored in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His vision is to create medical technologies for the developing world by empowering individuals in community innovation centers. He has developed…

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