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Reischauer Center Welcomes 2021-22 Reischauer Policy Research Fellows

The Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS announces a new cohort of Reischauer Policy Research Fellows who possess various interests and experience in transpacific and intra-Asia relations. The fellows are: Emma Brenner, Yaxiong Chen, Jada Fraser, Hana Lord, Lauren Mosely, Adriana Reinecke, and Lam Tran. 
 
The fellows have experience studying in Japan and have worked for a range of well-known organizations, including the U.S.-Japan Council, Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation. They are also proficient in several languages, including Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese. 
 
During the week of September 7, the Reischauer Center’s faculty and staff met in person to welcome the fellows. Kent Calder, interim Dean of SAIS and director of the Reischauer Center, met with the fellows to discuss their topics of expertise and launch research projects.
 
The fellows have started their research on topics, including U.S.-China-Taiwan relations, U.S.-China relations, public diplomacy, official development assistance (ODA) in Southeast Asia, and the concept of race in East Asia.