Service & Engagement

Service

Professional Service

Co-Organizer, Rutgers Annual Mesthene Lecture, 2020, 2021

Conference Program Commissioner, North American Taiwan Studies Association (NATSA), 2017-2018

Co-Organizer, Rutgers Annual Climate Lecture, 2017, 2018

Co-Organizer, 9th and 10th Annual Texas Tech Graduate Conference, 2015, 2016

Referee, 9th and 10th Annual Texas Tech Graduate Conference, 2014, 2015

Chair, Student Committee, Association of Scientific Association of Consciousness, 2014-2015

Member, Student Committee, Association of Scientific Association of Consciousness, 2012-2014

Department Service

Chair, Departmental Colloquium Committee, Rutgers University, 2020- present

Mentor, Undergraduate Philosophy Mentoring Program, Rutgers University, 2019-2020

Member, Departmental Colloquium Committee, Rutgers University, 2018-2020

Member, Rutgers Minorities and Philosophies (MAP) Chapter/Climate Committee, Rutgers University, 2016-2018

Chief Editor, Departmental Newsletter, Rutgers University, 2016-2017

President, Philosophy Graduate Student Association, Texas Tech University, 2015-2016

Vice President, Philosophy Graduate Student Association, Texas Tech University, 2014-2015

Public Engagement

Public Piece: “Non-violent Repression as a Form of Repression” (in Taiwanese Mandarin), Stand News Philosophy, Aug 2019

Public Piece: “Understanding the Feasibility of a Non-violent Movement Against Dictatorship in Hong Kong,” Stand News Philosophy (in Taiwanese Mandarin), New Bloom (in Taiwanese Mandarin and with English translation), Jul 2019

Public talk: “What is AI and Why Should We Care? – Philosophical Reflections on Artificial Intelligence,” Café Philo, New York, USA, May 2017

Reading group open to the public on Social-political Philosophy, Café Philo, New York, USA, Spring 2017

Public talk: “Can Science Answer the Hard Problem of Consciousness?” Philosophy Café, Lubbock, USA, Mar 2016

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