Xueheng (Attina) Zhang is currently working directly with the director of The Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science & Applications (iCeNSA), Professor Nitesh Chawla, in leveraging advanced data analyses to infer risk factors impacting child health in Mexico as well as uncovering actionable intervention strategies.
Previously, Zhang worked with Professor Susan Blum as the project manager of “School Stories.”
During the summer of 2017, she received an Experiencing the World Fellowship to investigate the landscape of hope, wellbeing, and health in an underserved urban community in Quito, Ecuador, and to advise the local non-governmental organization on how to incorporate mental guidance and raise nutrition awareness in their day-to-day volunteering.
I am interested in researching education inequality in the US and China, and how their unique social landscapes shaped the situations respectively.
Currently, I am working with Professor Blum from Department of Anthropology to collect people’s experiences learning inside and outside of school at all levels in a variety of international settings, with the goal to better understand the contemporary phenomenology of socialization.
Undergrads Reflect on COVID Experiences
Apr 30, 2020
Undergraduates affiliated with the Kellogg Institute are sharing how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting them through personal essays.
COVID Reflection - Letter to all
Apr 5, 2020
COVID reflection on China from Attina Zhang '21
Left Kids, Right Education: Exploring the Ecuadorian English Education Situation through International Volunteer HQ
Dec 20, 2018
This week’s topic aims at raising the children’s awareness of eating healthy. For children of different age levels, we tailored different levels of activities for them.