Allie Song United World College of Southeast Asia Dover Singapore (UWCSEA)
The Effects of Public Mental Health Crisis during the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Community
Yuan Jiaqi Dehong Shanghai International School
A Double-edged sword: Social media’s impact on teenagers’ anxiety during the pandemic
Yuan Zhenni Hailiang foreign language high school
The Mental Problems Caused by Long-term Online Classes under COVID-19
Winning essays will be published on Scholar of Tomorrow later.
Du Wenke Nankai Senior High School
Ma Junyuan RDFZ Xishan School
Yao Xinzi Klein Collins High School
Hua Jiewen Wuxi Big Bridge Academy
Jenny Qian Shanghai Pinghe School
Weihong Justin Jiang BASIS International School Guangzhou
Ma Ruiyan Rubun Gap Nacoochee School
Guo Zengqi Xi`an Gaoxin No.1 High School
Ding Huitian The Experimental High school Attached to Beijing Normal University
Yiru Wang Camford Royal School
Xinyi Cheng Zhengzhou Foreign Language School
Li Yaoting Xi`an Gaoxin No.1 High School
Dr. Ellen Langer is a Professor in the Psychology Department at Harvard University where she was the first woman to be tenured in the department. She has been described as the “mother of mindfulness” and has written extensively on the illusion of control, mindful aging, stress, decision-making, and health. She is the founder of The Langer Mindfulness Institute and consults with organizations to foster mindful leadership, innovation, strategy and work/life integration.
Dr. Ma Shufeng is an Associate Professor of the Department of Educational Psychology at East China Normal University. She earned her Ph.D. at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Her research centers on children’s cognitive, social and language development in classroom contexts, specifically as children participate in collaborative group or learn through interactive instructional methods.
Dr. Xin (Alice) Zhao is an Assistant Professor(Chenhui Scholar) in Department of Educational Psychology at East China Normal University . She is broadly interested in how children across cultures reason about and learn from the social world. Specifically, her current research centers around children's developing understanding of choice and constraints across cultures, as well as its implications on children's behavioral regulation and social evaluations. She received her B.S. from Tsinghua University in 2014 and then her PhD from Cornell University in 2019.