Panel

From Kellogg to Career: Building Future Scholars

40th anniversary
Thu
Nov
10
EVENT VIDEO


The Kellogg Institute presents a glimpse into the distinctive research and educational opportunities available through the Institute, with a panel showcasing scholars who had formative experiences as students affiliated with Kellogg. Learn how Kellogg support and programming helped them hone their research skills and influenced their educational and career trajectories.

Panelists

Juan Albarracín Dierolf (PhD '18)
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Illinois Chicago
Former Kellogg Dissertation Year Fellow and PhD Fellow

Annelise Gill-Wiehl '19
NSF Graduate Student Researcher and MS/PhD candidate (energy and resources), University of California, Berkeley
Former Kellogg International Scholar and International Development Studies Minor

Bright Gyamfi '16
PhD candidate (history), Northwestern University
Former Kellogg International Schola
r

Marie-Claire Klassen (PhD '23, expected)
PhD candidate (theology), University of Notre Dame
Kellogg Dissertation Year Fellow

Moderators

Aníbal Pérez-Liñan
Director, Kellogg Institute
Former Kellogg Doctoral Student, Visiting Fellow, and Distinguished Research Affiliate

Katherine Bersch
Nancy Akers and J. Mason Wallace Assistant Professor of Political Science, Davidson College
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
Former Kellogg Latin American Studies Program (LASP) Minor


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