Growing up in both China and Singapore, Sihao Huang, from New York, New York, is currently studying Physics and Electrical Engineering with a Minor in Political Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sihao started an aerospace engineering company that built satellite avionics and space propulsion systems and has also worked with the SEDS chapter on a student-run satellite project. He has researched Chinese foreign policy at the MIT Center for International Studies and started the MIT Political Review, the school's first undergraduate politics journal. Sihao has designed and taught classes for high school students on complexity and quantitative social science. He spent my senior year at the University of Oxford, where he worked on social movement studies and delved into issues pertaining AI and surveillance tools. Sihao is currently a Schwarzman Scholar in Beijing, researching China’s political decision-making and industrial policy. As a Marshall Scholar, Sihao hopes to study a Ph.D in Politics at the University of Oxford .