Doyle Global Dialogue 2019 Cohort
From 2006 to 2020, the Junior Year Abroad Network (JYAN), part of the Doyle Engaging Difference Program, supported 650 students in their studies abroad in 61 countries. JYAN is still active, now as the Doyle Global Dialogue (DGD). See below for the archive of JYAN student reflections on their interreligious and intercultural experiences abroad.
Rachel Angle (C'20) majored in government and minored in philosophy and Jewish civilization.
Sarah Baron (SFS'20) majored in regional and comparative studies with a focus on Africa and the Middle East.
Taylor Davis (NHS'20) majored in health care management and policy and minored in disability studies.
Casey Doherty (C'20) majored in American studies and government.
Jessica Frankovich (C'20) majored in government and minored in education, inquiry, and justice.
Zeke Gutierrez (SFS'19) graduated with a degree in international politics and a minor in Spanish.
Kaitlyn Hashem (C'20) majored in government with a certificate in Arab studies.
Maya James (C'20) graduated with a degree in government and minors in both religion, ethics, and world affairs and creative writing.
Emily Jonsson (C'20) majored in classics and government and minored in anthropology.
Leah Kanzer (SFS'20) majored in culture and politics.