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Honors student Chirag Kulkarni discusses his experiences as an entrepreneur and attendance at Forbes’ inaugural Under 30 Summit in today’s “3Q’s” series.
Julia Ebert, an Honors student majoring in Behaviorial Neuroscience, was recently awarded a Marshall Scholarship. As a Marshall Scholar, Ebert plans to complete the MRes in biomedical engineering at Imperial College London, where she will examine the possibility of robotic intervention and control at the interface of the brain and the peripheral nervous system, an area… Read more »
Caitlin Morelli, SSH’ 16, was selected by President Aoun to be one of NU’s first Global Officers. Participants in this brand-new co-op will travel the world in search of new ways for students and the university to engage with the global community.
Hometown: New Paltz, NY
Major: International Affairs and Political Science, with minors in History and Social Entrepreneurship
After Graduation: After graduation, I will be serving as the Teaching Assistant for the Dialogue of Civilizations program to Northern Ireland. The topic of the five week trip is “Social Conflict and Peacebuilding.” I went on this particular trip the summer after my first year, and later returned to Belfast to complete a co-op at a non-profit community center working toward post-conflict reconciliation. I cannot wait to return once again, this time to share my experiences with a new group of nineteen Northeastern students. After the close of the program, I plan to take two weeks to travel through Eastern Europe before returning to Boston. I hope to find a temporary position in conflict research locally while applying to Masters programs in International Affairs. I will begin my graduate studies in the fall of 2015, and hope to attend the London School of Economics, King’s College of London or Queen’s University of Belfast.