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Doyle Undergraduate Fellows 2016 Cohort

During the 2016-2017 academic year, student fellows focused on the complex issue of the global refugee crisis. Fellows conducted original research on four key aspects of the crisis: gender, education, youth, and health. During the fall semester, students concentrated on building a strong foundation in their issue area by researching the broader context of the crisis and their particular area of focus. In the spring, students mapped the faith-inspired organizations working on the ground with refugees in the areas of gender, education, youth, and health, and conducted interviews with workers to understand the organizations' work, the challenges they face, the successes they have had, and the future of aid and relief work in the respective fields. Berkley Center senior fellows Katherine Marshall and Father David Hollenbach, S.J., served as mentors to the students, helping guide their research and make connections to relevant organizations.

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Jack Dudley

Jack Dudley (C'17) graduated from Georgetown College in 2017 with a major in government and a minor in Spanish.
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Caileigh McGoldrick

Caileigh McGoldrick graduated from Georgetown’s School of Nursing and Health Studies in 2017 with a major in human science.
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Khadija Mohamud

Khadija Mohamud graduated from the Walsh School of Foreign Service in 2017 with a major in international politics and a concentration in international law, institutions, and ethics.
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Jonathan Thrall

Jonathan Thrall (SFS'17) graduated from Georgetown's School of Foreign Service in 2017 with a major in culture and politics and minor in Arabic.

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