Kavya Shah (SFS’24) is an undergraduate student in the Walsh School of Foreign Service studying science, technology, and international affairs with a concentration in biotechnology and global health and a minor in biology. She is especially interested in the intersection of technology, health, and security, and has been involved in research across a range of disciplines. On campus, she is involved with the Georgetown International Relations Club, especially with its travel Model United Nations team and the Model UN conferences it hosts. She is also an opinion editor for The Caravel, a senior editor for the Georgetown Science Research Journal, a writer for the Free Speech Project, and a dancer on GU Jawani, Georgetown’s premier bhangra team. Kavya was part of the 2021 Doyle Undergraduate Fellows, during which time she contributed to the Berkley Center's research on religion and migration. She is an avid reader, dancer, traveler, and coffee enthusiast, and she is looking forward to reflecting on her time abroad in London this semester! She is part of the spring 2023 cohort of the Doyle Global Dialogue.