The Future of the U.S.-China Relationship
Call for Applications
The Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues is recruiting 10 to 12 Georgetown undergraduates to participate in three 90-minute dialogues with Chinese students at leading universities in Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong during spring 2021.
The dialogues will be an opportunity for an open exchange about the current crisis in U.S.-China relations and the prospect for improvement in the months and years ahead. Specific topics will include peace and security, business and trade, human rights, and climate change.
The discussions will be student-led and facilitated by Prof. Dennis Wilder, managing director of the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue, together with colleagues from Chinese institutions.
Georgetown students who participate in at least two of the three sessions and provide a 500-word blog on their experience for the initiative website will receive a $300 honorarium.
Interested students should send a short statement of interest, CV, and unofficial transcript to email@example.com by midnight EST on Thursday, March 11. All current full-time Georgetown undergraduates are eligible to apply.