Greg Cui graduated summa cum laude with a degree in economics and a minor in political science. During his time at Rutgers, Greg was selected to be a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the Peithessophian Society, and the Cap & Skull Senior Honors Society. He also served as President of the Rutgers Mock Trial Association and Vice President of Community Perspectives, a student-run think tank that he co-founded. In the spring of 2014, Greg completed a year-long study - entitled "Expunge-Worthy" - in which he and two co-principal investigators researched the extent to which criminal record expungement in New Jersey does and can help ex-offenders reintegrate into society. In preparation for a career in the law, Greg spent two summers interning at Yerman & Associates, LLC, an immigration law firm, and another summer working for New York City's Criminal Justice Coordinator at the Office of the Mayor. Greg also studied policy making as an Eagleton Institute Undergraduate Associate, completing the three-semester certificate program. Finally, in his spare time, Greg volunteered for Dream4TK, a charity initiative through which student riders biked from New Brunswick, NJ to Orlando, FL. Greg helped Dream4TK raise over $31,000 for the Embrace Kid Foundation. In the fall, Greg will be attending Yale Law School.