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Reppy Fellow 2024-25

Maria Alejandra is a JSD Candidate at Cornell Law School. Her research interests include interdisciplinary approaches to law, environmental justice, and human rights.

Reppy Fellow 2023-24, IES Graduate Fellow 2024-25

Amelia C. Arsenault is a PhD student at Cornell University’s Department of Government. Her research considers the effects of artificial intelligence on international politics, with a particular interest in the global proliferation of contemporary surveillance and smart city technologies.

Reppy Fellow 2024-25

Esam Boraey is a PhD student in the Department of Government at Cornell University, specializing in Comparative Politics with a minor focusing on International Relations.

Reppy Fellow 2023-24

Henry Cheng (he/they) is a first-year Ph.D. student at Cornell's history department. As a social historian in training, Henry focuses on the history of radicalism in the global 1960s-70s with a specific concentration on the cases of China and Asian American communities.

Prize for Best Essay in Technology and International Security Policy Winner 2023-24

Michael Dekhtyar is a senior in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations, minoring in International Trade and Development. On campus, he served as Vice President of The Cornell Diplomat and Managing Editor for the Cornell International Affairs Review.

Reppy Institute Graduate Fellow

Kaitlin Findlay is a doctoral candidate in the Cornell History Department. Her current research examines forced displacement, humanitarianism, liberal internationalism, and memory in the mid-twentieth century.

Freeman Fellowship in Peace Studies Recipient 2023-24

Molly Goldstein is a rising junior in the School of Arts & Sciences, double majoring in Government and Near Eastern Studies and minoring in dance.

Reppy Fellow 2024-25

Dayra Lascano is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Government at Cornell University, specializing in International Relations with a minor focus on Comparative Politics.

Reppy Fellow 2023-24

Yulin Li is a student in the MA Historic Preservation Planning program. Her research focuses on the value of informal practice as a participator in urban development and collective memory and heritage for people’s everyday life.

Reppy Institute Freeman Prize Winner 2023-24

Patrick J. Mehler is an M.S. candidate in Industrial and Labor Relations. He graduated with a B.S. with Honors in 2023.