Abroad spring 2024: Rome, Italy
Bryan Fok is an undergraduate studying global affairs and history with a minor in Italian. He has a range of research interests including environmental policy, global health, and modern Italian history. He is working with Professor Drew Marcantonio conducting research on environmental provisions in formal peace agreements. More specifically, Fok is conducting a systematic literature review of the topic, with an emphasis on intrastate peace agreements. In addition, Fok has previously worked as a research assistant to Provost John T. McGreevy and Professor Charles Leavitt.
During the summer of 2023, Fok participated in the Serving (in) Europe service-learning program funded by the Nanovic Institute where he spent two months in Milan, Italy working with refugees and other marginalized groups. He was also a Diplomacy Scholar in the spring of 2023. He is the president of the Outing Club of Notre Dame.