Alumnus Reece Trevor selected as Carnegie Junior Fellow
Reece Trevor, AB’11, has been named as one of nine Junior Fellows by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C. The Junior Fellowship Program is a prestigious one-year fellowship that pairs outstanding students with senior policy staff to write, edit, organize programming and get exposure to the Carnegie Endowment’s multiple global programs.
Trevor will work as a research assistant in the Carnegie South Asia Program, which studies relevant issues in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Carnegie scholars offer analysis of Pakistan’s political transition, the daunting challenges facing Afghanistan and India’s emergence as a rising power.
Reece received his bachelor’s degree with honors in political science from the College. He was Phi Beta Kappa, a student marshal and on the dean’s list all four years. His BA thesis was titled “The Vote is Useless – Get Your Gun: A new Analysis of the Italian Red Brigades.” He was active for three years on campus in Model United Nations, serving as secretary general in his final year.
For further information on the Carnegie fellowship program, contact adviser Roberta Cohen at email@example.com.
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