Dr. Hsin-Ching Wu has co-authored peer-reviewed articles on a wide range of subjects, including national arts branding initiatives, health literacy in immigrant communities, and gambling issues among minority populations. Her research interests include place branding, comparative politics/institutions/economy, cultural policy, sustainable development, cultural diversity, minority cultural representation, and race and ethnic disparities. Her recent research focuses on the integration of arts and culture as strategies for place branding, the use of social media in municipal governance for content creation and citizen communication, and arts administration program curricula in the US and Taiwan.
Dr. Wu is also an American Society of Public Administration Founders’ Fellow for 2021. In addition to her scholarly work, Dr. Wu has extensive experience in collection management at University galleries and for a private collector.
Dr. Wu holds an MA in American Studies and an MA in Arts Management from the University at Buffalo (SUNY Buffalo) and a PhD in Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.