About Me (吳崇涵)

As a scholar of international relations, I am not only dedicated to produce high quality journal articles, but also contribute my knowledge to analyzing and criticizing current affairs. My editorials have been appeared in both newspaper and online journals. Please see the links below for more information: 

Model United Nations

I have strong interest in leading and organizing the team of Model United Nations.  This interest comes from my personal experience. During my internship at United Nations in 2006, I was the adviser for the Permanent Mission of the Republic of the Marshall Islands. By attending the first committee in the general assembly and organizing the daily meeting agenda, I obtained precious experience and knowledge in disarmament and international security. Working in the U.N. gave me a first-hand understanding of U.N. protocol and diplomatic etiquette, which extends to basic guidelines, fundamental norms, practices of protocol, and administrative requirements. 

The Annual Taiwan Conference

The Center of Asian Studies at the University of South Carolina hosts the annual Taiwan Conference. We invite scholars from academic institutions, governments, or think tanks, who show their strong interests on issues related to Taiwan, China or countries in East Asia. It is my great honor to join this annual event. Please have a visit to the website of the Center of Asian Studies if you are interested in this conference. 

I am the chief conference coordinator who organizes the annual conference. I manage a cross-sectional relations project to facilitate the academic meetings and evaluation of research products developed by the Walker Institute for International and Area Studies. I also manage all facets of contracted research program, including inviting scholars, collecting and disseminating data, managing financial resources, preparing for conference logistics, and providing all technical supports.

My Interview

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