Maria Ventura has returned from conducting original research in Berlin, Germany regarding the social integration of Syrian women who have migrated to the city. Ventura is using the data collected to write an international development studies minor capstone project. Ventura is also writing an anthropology thesis on the humanity and lack thereof throughout the transnational migration process from Central America and Southern Mexico north to the United States based on her experiences at a migrant shelter in Puebla, Mexico. Finally, Ventura is assisting Professor Catherine Bolten with her current research regarding fertility decisions in West Africa.
Thesis Title: Integration or Assimilation: The Social Pressures of Syrian Women in Berlin
Thesis Advisers: Catherine Bolten and Ilaria Schnyder von Wartensee
World Day of Migrants and Refugees– Student Panel
Kellogg Seniors Head to Grad School, Fellowships, Leadership Programs
May 18, 2020
Three graduating seniors affiliated with the Kellogg Institute for International Studies have received prestigious international fellowships, while a fourth has been awarded Notre Dame’s Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, Award. Others are going on to graduate school or jobs.
2020 Senior Spotlights
May 5, 2020
The Kellogg Institute is honoring our seniors by profiling one each day here and on Instagram.