Major: Economics & Business and Psychology
Hometown: Kunming, China

My fellowship experience:

This fellowship itself was a worthwhile academic course in International Relations and International Business. It helped me develop a better understanding of the interplay among foreign policy think tanks, government institutions, and private sectors. Most importantly, it enriched my knowledge base of international affairs by hearing from experts, including scholars, 3 government officials, corporate executives, top journalists and young leaders, on the most critical foreign policy issues of the time.

View Xinrui's Cornell Fellows Showcase presentation here.

Xinrei Zeng

Xinrui Zeng '12

Fellowship
Mansfield Foundation Fellow in International Policy

Site
Council on Foreign Relations
New York, NY

Aims of the Fellowship
- Gain exposure to leading global companies, and economic and political issues affecting international business.
- Develop a better understanding of the interplay among foreign policy think tanks, government institutions, private sectors and other organizations.
- Enrich the knowledge base of international affairs by hearing from experts, including scholars, government officials, corporate executives, top journalists, and young, upcoming leaders, on the most important foreign-policy issues of our time by attending meetings and panel discussions.

Faculty Sponsor
A’amer Farooqi, Economics & Business