Service and Engagement

Service

Professional Service

Co-Organizer, Rutgers Annual Mesthene Lecture, 2020

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, 2014-2016

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

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, 2014-2016

Vice President, Philosophy Graduate Student Association, Texas Tech University, 2014-2016

Public Engagement

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

Public Piece: “Understanding the Feasibility of a Non-violent Movement Against Dictatorship in Hong Kong”, Stand News Philosophy (in Chinese), New Bloom (Chinese and 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, 2017

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

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