Doyle Global Dialogue 2023 Cohort
The Doyle Global Dialogue (DGD), formerly the Junior Year Abroad Network (JYAN), is part of the Doyle Engaging Difference Program and has been operating since 2006, supporting 650 students in their studies abroad in 61 countries. DGD students write reflections and create social media content on their interreligious and intercultural experiences abroad, and they provide feedback on the reflections of their colleagues around the world.
Explore the 2022-2023 cohort of DGD students below.
Michael Bernstein (SFS’24) is a junior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in international politics and concentrating in international security with a particular emphasis on counterterrorism.
Bakhita Fung (SFS’23) is an international economics major in the School of Foreign Service.
Stephanie Geng (C’24) is a junior in the College studying biology of global health with minors in statistics and sociology.
Doha Maaty (SOH’23) is an undergraduate student at Georgetown University majoring in global health with a minor in justice and peace studies.
Courtney Mawet (MSB/SFS’24) is an undergraduate student in the Dikran Izmirlian B.S. in Business and Global Affairs program at Georgetown University.
Niharika Pant (SFS’24) is a Nepali undergraduate student at Georgetown University in Qatar majoring in international economics.
Eiki Takeshita is an exchange student from Keio University in Tokyo, Japan, majoring in political science.
Edbert Wartono (C’24) is a junior in Georgetown College. He is an exchange student at Georgetown University from Jakarta, Indonesia, studying philosophy, politics, and economics (PPE) with a minor in cultural studies at the National University of Singapore.
Esther Wroth (SFS’24) is a third-year undergraduate student in the School of Foreign Service. She is majoring in science, technology, and international affairs with a concentration in energy and environment.