Hometown: Nairobi, Kenya
The CUSP Experiential Education Program (CEEP) is a series of research assistantship and civic engagement projects that Scholars are encouraged to take advantage of through different structures
Each year, Kluge Fellows Summer Research Grants are awarded to allow eligible students the opportunity to collaborate with a member of the faculty on a research project during the summer.
CEEP Research offer Scholars the opportunity to work closely with leaders in both academia and the professional world on the mentor’s specific research project. This research relationship
CEEP Internships bring together undergraduate Scholars to support the needs of local not-for-profit community groups.
“KINGS, COLUMBIA, AND THE CROWN: THE UNIVERSITY AND ANGLO-AMERICAN RELATIONS 1754 – 2003” WITH RAY RAYMOND
“FROM THIRD REICH TO THIRD GENERATION” WITH AMY RUBIN, STEFAN KNERRICHT, AND MICHAEL REY
11 October 2001
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