Wenrui Huang

Research Assistant

Wenrui Huang is a second-year doctoral student at Johns Hopkins University, concentrating in the social context of education. She was a PhD student at the Department of Education at WashU and then transferred to JHU. After completing a master’s degree at Cornell University in 2017, she has been working in a research position at the China Institute for Financial and Educational Research (CIFER) at Peking University. Her prior experiences include assisting the implementation of two large-scale RCT experiments in rural China. Currently, she is mainly assisting in the LauchCode project at Brown School. Her research focuses on neighborhood, parenting and children development.