Maria Teel is a senior studying political science, French, and international development studies. On campus, she conducts education research in the International Education Research Lab and supports development projects as a program assistant at the Pulte Institute for Global Development. She also has experience in social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship consulting through internships with the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, the South Bend Entrepreneurship and Adversity Program, and Sustain Micro Enterprise. She is the co-chair of the 2022 Human Development Conference at Notre Dame. This summer, she conducted independent research on language and education in Senegal for the IDS capstone.
IDS Grad Shares How Romance Languages and Literatures Enriched her Life
May 23, 2022
International Development Studies minor Maria Teel '22 was featured in a recent Q&A by the School of Arts & Letters about her major in French with the Department of Romance Languages and Literature.
Graduating Seniors and Alumni Receive Prestigious Fellowships, Scholarships
May 11, 2022
Kellogg-affiliated graduating seniors and alumni are recipients of several prestigious fellowships and scholarships to pursue post-graduate opportunities.
Notre Dame to Host 14th Annual Human Development Conference with Focus on Inclusive Growth
Feb 24, 2022
The Kellogg Institute for International Studies will host the 14th annual Human Development Conference Friday and Saturday, February 25 and 26. Conference events will take place in the Hesburgh Center for International Studies and Jenkins-Nanovic Halls, with hybrid and virtual options also available due to the COVID-19 pandemic.