Slater Rhea, who earned a reputation for his frequent and authentic renditions of Chinese folk songs at OU campus events, is now a first-year Master of Arts in International Studies candidate at the Johns Hopkins Nanjing Center in Nanjing, China. Slater earned a score of 1514 out of 1609 on the center's rigorous Chinese entrance exam, and was awarded the selective Stephen D. Hassenfeld and Hopkins Future Leader fellowships, as well as a Chinese Government Scholarship to support his studies in Nanjing. His course of study this semester includes Social Issues of China's Modernization, Politics of Rural Development, and Chinese Urban Governance, among other courses, all taught in Chinese.

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