Each month we feature a School of World Studies major who exemplifies what it means to be an engaged global citizen.
June 3, 2019
Marina Pugh just graduated last month with a double major in International Studies and Philosophy of Law as well as a double minor in Russian and Political Science. Her documentary “An Exploration of Russia’s Middle Class” aims to dispel common misconceptions about Russia such as “not realizing how ethnically diverse [it] is.”
May 1, 2019
Theresa Dinh graduates this month with a degree in International Studies concentrating in World Cinema and a minor in Asian and Chinese Studies. She is the recipient of multiple scholarships such as the Freeman-Asia and Boren. Most recently, she was awarded a Fulbright which will take her to Taiwan this August!
April 2, 2019
Northern California native Hanan DuVerney graduates this summer and hopes to work for a political think tank before obtaining a J.D. in International Law and ultimately forming his own consulting firm. He entered college as an Anthropology major, but quickly realized a degree in International Studies concentrating in European Affairs combined with a double minor in French and History more closely aligned with his academic goals.
March 1, 2019
Rising senior Sidra Sharieff’s ultimate ambition is to end human trafficking in the Middle East. She is working towards that goal by pursuing a major in International Studies with a Social Justice concentration as well as a double minor in Psychology and Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies.
Student Spotlight: Holly Love
February 4, 2019
Holly Love’s interest in global change drew her to the School of World Studies where she’s pursuing a degree in International Studies with a concentration in Social Justice. The program’s cultural themes and focus on experiential learning have helped Love make a world of change both on campus and abroad as a UNICEF volunteer.
January 3, 2019
Rising senior and GMED student, Neha Pondicherry crafted her own concentration, International Health: Policies, Health Systems in Developing Countries. She also helped form the School of World Studies Society and served as its first president.