Congratulations to Asma Rahimyar (Philosophy/Political Science double major) who will become the first Rhodes Scholar in the university’s history.
Asma plans to pursue a masters’ degrees in global governance and diplomacy, and in refugee and forced migration studies. She eventually hopes to obtain a doctoral degree and empower women in Afghanistan, while helping to rebuild that country through stable government.
Earlier this year, she was selected as a recipient of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship for outstanding potential for leadership, commitment to public service and academic excellence. She also has earned various other awards and serves as president of the Muslim Student Association. In addition, she has participated in a United Nations Conference on Cultural Diplomacy.
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‘Rap and White Gaze’ Addresses Racism
Please follow this link for an article on the Rap and White Gaze Event.