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2022 Summer Fellows Blog

Peter Connolly

Peter Connolly | Renaissance Strategic Advisors

Peter is interning at the Renaissance Strategic Advisors, a consulting agency that supports firms in the aerospace, defense, space, intelligence, and services industry.

Rohan Gupta

Rohan Gupta | The Wilson Center

Rohan is interning in the Asia Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, a non-partisan foreign policy think tank in Washington, DC.

Laurel Holley

Laurel Holley | National Bureau of Asian Research

Laurel is participating in The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) in the Leadership Scholars Program. Through this program, Laurel was placed as a Trade Intern with the National Bureau of Asian Research.

Adam Israelevitz

Adam Israelevitz | House Oversight & Reform Committee

Adam is an intern with the Legislative Team on the House Oversight & Reform Committee.

Ruthie Kesri

Ruthie Kesri | Department of State

Ruthie Kesri is serving as a Political Section intern for the United States Mission to the United Nations at the Department of State.

Euwan Kim

Euwan Kim | National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Euwan will be conducting seismology research with the Department of Energy at the Savannah River Site, a former plutonium and uranium plant for nuclear weapons in the 20th century.

Amiya Mehrotra

Amiya Mehrotra | Population Connection

Amiya is working as a Congressional Intern in the House of Representatives. She is also a Government Relations Fellow with Population Connection, a nonprofit that educates and advocates to stabilize world population at a level that can be sustained by Earth’s resources.

Eleanor Ross

Eleanor Ross | Arabic Studies Program in Morocco

Eleanor is studying at the Qalam wa Lawh Center for Arabic Studies in Rabat, Morocco.

Muhammad Usama

Muhammad Usama | Asian Grand Strategy

This summer, Muhammad is conducting research on Asian Grand Strategy, seeking to answer the question “How have Asian state leaders historically understood strategy and statecraft?”