Lulu Chang

Dartmouth College Hanover, NH
1515 Lexington Ave. 5D, New York, NY 10029 • • 1-(979)-575-3474
Bachelor of Arts – Government & Music Double-Major Fall 2011 – Fall 2013 Women’s and Gender Studies Minor • Overall GPA: 3.80, Government GPA: 3.80, Music GPA: 3.95 • Language: fluent speaker of Mandarin Chinese and Shanghainese; limited fluency in Spanish • Computer: fluency in Stata, FIJI, ImageJ, Fantamorph, Superlab, Microsoft Office • • • • National Merit Scholarship Recipient Fall 2007 – Spring 2011 National AP Scholar Graduated 2nd of 700 students SAT Writing: 800, SAT Reading: 780, SAT Math: 770, SAT II Math: 800

A&M Consolidated High School College Station, TX

Work Experience
Egon Zehnder Executive Search

Research Analyst

Will work as a research analyst performing research pertaining to executive placement

Winter 2014

Welch Consulting Financial Analyst Spring 2013 Economic Damages and • Worked in a small team of Ph.D. economists analyzing and detecting trends in compensation data by developing programs in Stata for major companies in diverse sectors Wage Discrimination Consulting Firm • Placed on several high-profile cases including: a prominent investment bank undergoing a sex Washington, DC discrimination lawsuit and a major retailer facing a racial discrimination lawsuit


W Dartmouth RWIT Writing Tutor and Writing Assistant Winter 2012 – Fall 2014 Student Center for • Served as 1 of 5 students hired in winter recruitment process to assist members of the Reading, Writing and Dartmouth community in improving style, content, and organization of written assignments Information Technology • Requested by individual student appointments and recommendations for nearly 30 sessions Dartmouth College over the course 8 weeks W • Helped construct final papers by guiding students through all stages of the writing process

Helped create reports for clients’ lawyers regarding strategies for settling cases or continuing to trial, and researched precedence in various cases

Presidential Scholars Dartmouth College Sophomore Science Grant Dartmouth College Women in Science Program Dartmouth College

Liberal Autonomy: The Rise of Self-Rule

Summer 2013

Assisted Professor Lucas Swaine, author of The Liberal Conscience, on his new book on freedom of political thought by gathering information, contacting sources, and copyediting chapter drafts

View Dependence in Developmental Prosopagnosia
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Summer 2012 – Summer 2013

Created a neuroscience project researching the effects of perspective in facial identification and recognition with Professor Bradley Duchaine, utilizing Fantamorph, Photoshop, and Superlab Will have results published in various journals in the upcoming months following paper review

Circadian Clock Rhythms in Arabidopsis thaliana

Fall 2011 – Summer 2013


Worked with Professor Rob McClung in his molecular biology lab by examining master regulatory genes in Arabidopsis thaliana using Matlab and Fiji to analyze the periods of plant sleep cycles

Student Assembly Chair of Academic Affairs Summer 2013 – Spring 2014 Dartmouth College • Spearheaded the new initiative to increase transparency in course evaluations for professors
and their classes by working with adminstration, faculty, and students

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Summer 2013

Elected to the Student and Presidential Committee against Sexual Assault aiming to streamline student, faculty, and administrative efforts to combat sexual assault at Dartmouth Voted Dartmouth’s “Best New Organization” in 2012-2013 Served previously as an opinion columnist
Juanita Miller Concerto Competition Grand Prize Winner (2010) Music Teacher’s National Association Top 7 Pianists (2006, ’07) Starr Young Artist National Competition, 1st prize (2010) Invited by Jade Simmons to perform in the Impulse Concert Series (2011) Selected to perform in the International Music Festival (2008-2010) S S

Editor and Contributor
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Winter 2012 – Fall 2014 Winter 2011 – Fall 2014

Opinion Editor and Columnist

Hill Winds Student Ambassador (2011-2015)) Leslie Center for the Humanities Research Intern (2013) Summer Enrichment at Dartmouth Volunteer Academic Coach (2013) Model OAS National Assembly President (2010, ’11) College Station Teen Court Volunteer Foreman (2005-2011)