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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Jordyn Arndt

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Jordyn Arndt was a 2017 Graduate Public Service Scholar, who interned at the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking. Where are you from? I am from Farmington, Minnesota.  Where did you go to school? What did you study? I attended Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, where I earned a Master of Arts…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Vasiliki Chioti

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Vasiliki Chioti was a 2017 STEM Scholar, who received the B.A. Rudolph Foundation STEM scholarship to do research under the supervision of Dr. Louise Charkoudian at Haverford College. Where are you from? I am from Greece!  Where did you go to school? What did you study? I studied Chemistry at Haverford College, a liberal arts college located just 20 minutes from Philadelphia….

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Women & Reflection

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By B.A. Rudolph Foundation Staff As we wind down yet another successful year of blog writing, we want to take a moment to reflect and give thanks to everyone that has contributed their ideas, expertise, and more to our community. We’ve seen a lot of incredible pieces, but there are always those that never leave your head entirely. That’s right,…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Viviana Gonzalez

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Viviana Gonzalez was a 2017 Undergraduate Public Service Scholar, who interned at the Office(s) of Senators Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth, both of Illinois. Where are you from? I am from Hoffman Estates, Illinois.  Where did you go to school? What did you study? I studied Politics and Social & Cultural Analysis at New York University (NYU).  What was the best part of…

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Women & Mentorship

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By Menty Kebede Throughout life, I have often found myself faced with difficult, and consequential, decisions. At the age of 15 at a private French school, I was expected to choose an area of academic specialization. When I turned 17, I was facing the choice of attending college in France like most of my peers, or coming to the United…

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