June 28 to July 9, 2021 | National Chengchi University | Virtual event



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Feng-Yi Liu
Feng-Yi Liu received his BA and MA degree in Social Welfare at National Chung Cheng University in Taiwan. He also completed a second MA at Columbia University in Mathematical Statistics. Now he is a Ph.D. candidate in the school of social work at Rutgers University, and a graduated statistician recognized by the American Statistics Association. His broad research interests include immigrant family and child development, American immigration policy, and American child care policy. His dissertation thesis focuses on how family instability and child welfare interventions might influence child development among low-income immigrant children.
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Robin Lee
Robin Lee is a PhD student in Sociology at Princeton University. Robin studies digital communication, social networks, and social movements. He was previously a senior data analyst at the New York Times where he did experimental design research on format messaging and best practices for reproducible data analysis. He is the co-founder of Taiwanese Data Professionals.


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