Doyle Undergraduate Fellows 2017 Cohort
Open dialogue across cultural and religious lines is becoming increasingly more challenging. The role of religion has emerged as a powerful force for combating discriminatory rhetoric and building strong communities across socioeconomic and cultural differences. During the 2017-2018 academic year the Doyle fellows investigated new ideas and strategies at the local and national level to build bridges through interreligious and intercultural dialogue.
Francesca Drumm graduated from the Walsh School of Foreign Service in 2021 with a major in international politics and a minor in French.
Casey Hammond graduated from the Georgetown College in 2020, double majoring in government and theology, with a focus on education and religious ethics.
Nick Scrimenti (C‘18) is the project associate for the Culture of Encounter and the Global Agenda project at the Berkley Center.