Chunyang Wang is a soon-to-be graduate from Swarthmore College with an honors BA in Medical Anthropology. Committed to community service and social innovation, Chunyang has been named a Lang Opportunity Scholar and Clinton Global Initiative University Fellow alongside their selection as a Humanity in Action Fellow. They are passionate about using anthropological methodologies to expand the multicultural intersections of art and health/well-being. Their most recent project, FreeArt Initiative, is a mentorship program that aims to improve art education access and socioemotional well-being of rural-to-urban migrant students in China. Chunyang is twenty-one years old and calls China home.
Updated May 2020
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