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Walter O. Spofford, Jr., Memorial Awardees


Kuangyuan Zhang, Ph.D Candidate in Energy Management and Policy, Pennsylvania State University.


Xu Liu, MESc student, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, will work on research with Zhongmin Wang on online retail of green products in China and with Joshua Linn and Anthony Liu on the Beijing car registration lottery and what it says about the demand for automobiles in China.


Zifei Yang, who recently completed her Masters in Public Administration at American University, will work with RFF Fellow Zhongmin Wang on research comparing the development of shale gas and coal-bed methane between the U.S. and China and assessing implications for Chinese energy and environmental policy.


Meidan Bu, a Ph.D. student in Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society at Oregon State University, will work with RFF Fellow Juha Siikamäki on a study evaluating the effects of the Chinese forest tenure reform during her summer with RFF.


Jess Alan Wilhelm, a Master’s degree student in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, will contribute to research on global adaptation to climate change and China during his summer with RFF.


Liguang Liu, a PhD student in the School of Public Administration at Florida International University, will contribute to research on climate issues and China during his summer with RFF.


Xing Liang, a graduate student in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, will join RFF this summer to pursue modeling of water resources.


Tingting Yan, a graduate student in the Department of Geosciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, will join RFF this summer to pursue modeling of water resources.


He Hui, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, Austin. He Hui is completing her master's degree involving research on nonprofit advocacy organizations and has a particular interest in working in the nonprofit sector in China after her graduation.


Qiong Wang, Yale University


Jiang Ru, Stanford University, Environmental Planning and Management Group. Jiang Ru is completing his PhD on the role of environmental NGOs in China. While at RFF, he worked on public participation and environmental management as practiced in China.


Chunxiang Li, Department of Public Policy and Administration, University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Li worked with RFF researchers on issues related to China and the World Trade Organization, including agricultural trade commitments and related domestic and international policies.
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