Scholarship Recipients 2023
Student Scholarship Recipient Spring 2023
CONGRATULATIONS to the WIIT 2023 Spring Young Leadership Scholarship Award Winners.
Yu-Hsin Tseng and Juliana Quattrocchi made great impressions on our WIIT Trust Judges with their
their respective essays on India’s Withdrawal from RCEP (Tseng); and Improving Consultation on Trade Executive Agreements (Quattrocchi). Please keep an eye on the calendar for great upcoming programs on these topics!
And please congratulate both Yu-Hsin and Juliana, our newest WIIT members and rising stars in the trade world!
Click HERE for Yu-Hsin's Scholarship Essay
Yu-Hsin Tseng is a graduate student at the Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies, where she is currently pursuing a Master's degree in International Relations. Her areas of focus are International Trade and South Asia Studies. Yu-Hsin is deeply passionate about exploring the world. During her undergraduate studies, she served as a member of the International Volunteer Group from National Tsing Hua University, engaging in ICT projects in Kenya, and spent an academic year as an exchange student at the University of Padua in Italy. After graduation, she worked in the manufacturing sector in Mainland China, where she deepened her understanding of the Chinese market. Through her work experience, she not only discovered her passion for international trade but also observed the influence of international relations on business. This prompted her to come to Washington to further study international politics and global trade policies. She is delighted to join the WIIT Scholarship program and is eager to through the program to expand her knowledge in the realm of international trade.
Click HERE for Juliana Scholarship Essay
Juliana Quattrocchi is a rising senior at the University of Nebraska Lincoln where she is completing a bachelor’s in Economics with minors in Mathematics and Communication Studies. As a Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance Yeutter Student Fellow, she is particularly interested in the ways in which international trade policy is communicated with the public and the intersection between international trade and urban economics. This summer she will be an economics research assistant. During the academic year, Juliana works at the University of Nebraska’s Bureau of Business Research where she assists with state and regional economic analysis and is a proud member of UNL’s two-time national championship winning debate team.
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