News and Newsletters
Dr. Bayram Announced as 2019 Connor Faculty Fellow
This year, twelve outstanding faculty members were selected as part of the 2019 class of Connor Faculty Fellows at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, among them Dr. A. Burcu Bayram, an assistant professor of political science. The fellowship was established in 2004 to provide essential faculty development opportunities to rising academic experts in the college.
MPA Student Mariah Green Named 2019 Benjamin Lever Fellow
MPA graduate program student Mariah Green one of sixteen graduate students named as a Benjamin Lever Tuition Fellowship winners. This award aims to increase diversity within graduate degree programs by providing financial assistance to students from underrepresented groups.
Two PLSC Students Participate in State Department Internships
Maya Ungar, honors major in International and Global Studies, Political Science, and French, completed a nine-week internship at the Office of Western European Affairs in Washington, D.C. She worked on issues related to bilateral relations and multilateral ventures between the United States and 14 Western European countries.
Jacob Condran, honors major in International and Global Studies, History, and Political Science, accepted an internship at the U.S. Embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus where he worked as a regional security intern. His duties included preparing emergency action plans and coordinating visits by the ambassador across the United Nations buffer zone to the unrecognized region of Northern Cyprus.