DukeImmerse Welcomes New Students
November 19, 2018
The Kenan Institute announces 8 new participants for the spring program on global displacement:
is a sophomore from Kenya majoring in Public Policy and Arabic. He loves watching and playing soccer, traveling and speaks 4 languages.
is a Trinity junior majoring in Political Science and International Comparative Studies with concentrations in Security,
Peace, and Conflict and Latin America and the Caribbean. She enjoys hiking, fly-fishing, and baking lots of cookies.
is a Trinity freshman from Chapel Hill hoping to major in biology and minor in French. Elizabeth is a member of Duke Dhamaka (a competitive bhangra team) and enjoys going to duke games with her friends.
is a Trinity freshman from Kennett Square, Pennsylvania who is (maybe) hoping to study cultural anthropology and education. He loves playing the marimba, painting, and visiting the Duke Gardens ad nauseam.
is a Trinity freshman from Clarksville, Tennessee hoping to major in Public Policy and International Comparative Studies. Catherine loves hiking and going to concerts.
is a Trinity sophomore from Raleigh hoping to major in public policy and french. Alex plays the piano and loves reading and goats.
is a Trinity freshman from Sebastopol, California hoping to major in economics or public policy. Caleb loves playing the piano, reading, and cheering on Duke basketball.
is a Trinity Junior, majoring in Sociology and Psychology from India. Mahima loves dogs, Bollywood and long debates about controversial things.
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