- Jue Song is a Master of Public Policy candidate at USC Price. She is interested in civic engagement, education, and public policy advocacy. She enjoys playing the piano in her free time.
Articles by Jue Song
In her latest blog post, Jue Song, discusses how representation of women in leadership roles is important.
Women have a proven track of record of excellent leadership. For example, research has shown that in India, the number of drinking water projects in women-led areas was 62% higher than in those with men-led councils. Similarly, a direct positive causal relationship between the presence of women in municipal councils and childcare coverage was found in Norway.
First year MPP student, Jue Song, continues her series in looking at governing differences between the United States and China. This time she ponders pros and cons of a “Twitter President.”
Trump loves tweeting. Everyone gets that. Plus, he has a unique tweeting style. In less than 140 characters, his tweets are always flooded with capital letters, exclamation marks, and controversial comments. Additionally, Trump seems to indulge in late-night tweeting after moments of stress or triumph.
First year MPP student, Jue Song, details her experience learning about protests in the United States in her first post for Bedrosian Center.
New to America, one of the things that simultaneously fascinates me as much as it puzzles me, are the student protests. When I see students marching in the street, burning flags, and criticizing the government, I am shocked. Why are there so many protests? Why do so many students participate in protests?