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2019 Internship Grant Recipients

 

Nineteen students will be traveling to ten European countries for their internships this summer. While CES provided internship grants to all these students, some positions were organized by the Center and others were created through the initiative of the students.

Front Row: Karl Oskar Schulz, Mercedes Sapuppo, Madison Pagel, Roshni Chakrabarty, Natalie Dabkowski. Back Row: Herkus Gudavicius, William Matheson, James Kitch, Barbara Oedayrajsingh Varma (left to right)

Andrew Aoyama (History and Literature & Middle Eastern Studies, 2021)

Research assistant to Suzy Hansen of The New York Times Magazine – Istanbul, Turkey

Roshni Chakraborty (Social Studies, 2021)

Mayday Rescue – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Natalie Dabkowski (Government, 2021)

Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) – The Hague, The Netherlands

Inês Fernandes (Economics, 2021)

German Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) – Cologne, Germany

Herkus Gudavicius (Social Studies, 2021)

The Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS) – Belgrade, Serbia

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

James Kitch (Undeclared, 2022)

Center for Transport Economics – Oslo, Norway

Mirnes Kukic (Social Studies, 2021)

The Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS) – Belgrade, Serbia

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Molly Leavens (Special Concentration, 2020)

Basque Culinary Center – San Sebastian, Spain * Real Colegio Complutense Grant Recipient

Ian Lutz, (Social Studies, 2021)

UK Parliament, MP Thomas Brake – London, United Kingdom

Emily Markowitz (Social Studies, 2021)

Teneo – London, United Kingdom

William Matheson (Government, 2021)

OECD, Secretary General – Paris, France

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Alexis Mealey (Philosophy & Government, 2021)

Center for Hellenic Studies – Nafplio, Greece

Ana Luiza Nicolae (Undeclared, 2022)

Apolitical – London, United Kingdom

Barbara Oedayrajsingh Varma (Psychology, 2021)

Apolitical – London, United Kingdom

Madison Pagel (Government, 2020)

Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) – The Hague, The Netherlands

Grace Pan (Social Studies, 2020)

Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Tallinn, Estonia

Pablo Rasmussen (Government, 2020)

Innovation Policy Internship Program – Strasbourg, France

* Stanley H. Hoffmann Undergraduate Research and Travel Grant Recipient

Mercedes Sapuppo (Undeclared, 2022)

Human Rights Watch – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Karl Oskar Schulz (Undeclared, 2022)

Research assistant to Johannes Vogel, Member of the Bundestag – Berlin, Germany

TowerBrook – London, United Kingdom

This list was updated on May 17, 2019.

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