I am former Director of the USC Security and Political Economy Lab—an undergraduate research lab led by Drs. Benjamin Graham, Jonathan Markowitz, and Megan Becker. I helped direct the Lab's trainings and professionalization, and recruited, advised and managed 65+ undergraduate and graduate research assistants (RAs).  

 

In addition, I built a mentorship structure, wherein each of the Lab's projects has a lead RA who meets with me twice-monthly. These RAs outline goals, assign tasks, and evaluate team members’ progress with the guidance of their PI. This system streamlines communication, cultivates leadership, and enhances the undergraduate research experience via peer, near-peer, and faculty mentorship. I have also helped to develop 5 institutional practices to increase the representation of women, first-generation, and students of color in academia and in industry: 1) targeted recruitment, 2) technical training, 3) applied research experience, 4) multi-level mentorship, and 5) membership in a carefully designed learning community. This holistic approach equips students with the skill-sets, background, and psycho-social support necessary to thrive in academia and beyond.

Truth, Justice, Reparation Team

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SHIR ATTIAS

USC '20

Truth, Justice, Reparation

Shir is a junior majoring in International Relations and Political Economy. Her interests include ethnic politics, female empowerment, trade policy, and international law.

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LOLEI BRENOT

USC '21

Truth, Justice, Reparation

Loleï is a sophomore double-majoring in International Relations and French, with a minor in Applied Computer Security. Her interests include security, surveillance, and counter-terrorism.

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NASTARAN FAR

USC '21

Team Lead – Truth, Justice, Reparation

Nastaran is a sophomore majoring in International Relations  Her interests include human rights, women’s education, international law, and the Middle East.

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CHANDRA INGRAM

USC '20

Truth, Justice, Reparation; The World Bank & Human Rights

Chandra is a junior majoring in IR & the Global Economy and Journalism. Her interests include human rightsand economic development.

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DANIEL LIU

USC '21

Truth, Justice, Reparation

Daniel Liu is a sophomore majoring in International Relations. His interests include law, trial advocacy, and public defense.

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ANTHONY MOMO

USC '21

Truth, Justice, Reparation

Momo is a sophomore majoring in International Relations and Global Business. Momo's interests include identity politics, globalization, and human rights

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BRIDGET MULROONEY

USC '19

Truth, Justice, Reparation

Bridget is a senior double majoring in International Relations and Spanish. Her interests include human rights and humanitarian law.

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MICHAEL MURRAY

USC '22

Truth, Justice, Reparation

Michael is a freshman majoring in International Relations. His interests include refugee policy and nonprofit management.

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HAILEY ROBERTSON

USC '21

Truth, Justice, Reparation

Hailey is a sophomore majoring in International Relations with a minor in Global Health. Her interests include human rights, international law, and health policy.

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JACK SCHWARTZ

USC '21

Truth, Justice, Reparation

Jack is a sophomore majoring in Economics with a minor in Applied Analytics. His interests include human rights, social justice, and international trade and development.

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AMANDA SCOTT

USC '20

Truth, Justice, Reparation (2018 Team Lead); The World Bank & Human Rights

 

Amanda is a junior majoring in International Relations with a minor in Spanish. 

The World Bank & Human Rights Team

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CYNTHIA AVALOS

UCLA '17

POIR predoctoral institute student

 

Cynthia earned her B.A. in Political Science and Sociology. Her interests include human rights, negotiations, and conflict resolution. She has interned for the US Mission to the UN in Geneva. 

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CLAIRE BOND

USC '17

The World Bank & Human Rights

Claire earned her B.A. in International Relations, with a minor in French Her interests include conflict studies, migration, and extremism. Claire was a Princeton in Asia Fellow (Mongolia).

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SARAH LU

USC '20

The World Bank & Human Rights

Sarah is a junior studying Computer Science and Business Administration. Her interests include web develop-ment, design, and data visualization.

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MARKUS SHERMAN

USC '20

The World Bank & Human Rights

Markus is a junior majoring in International Relations with a minor in Chinese for the Professions. His interests include international development and human rights law.

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MADELINE ZHENG

USC '19

The World Bank & Human Rights

Madeline is a senior majoring in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Philosophy. Her interests include economic development and global investment. 

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BENJAMIN WU

USC '19

The EIB & Human Rights;  The World Bank & Human Rights

Ben is a senior majoring in IR and English. His interests include civil conflict management and prevention. Ben was the World Bank project lead RA and is co-PI on the EIB project.

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