- Donia Human Rights Fellows Program
- Funding Opportunities
- Belgrade Centre for Human Rights Fellowship
- Fair Labor Association Fellowship
- International Human Rights Fellowship
- International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims Summer Internship (Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Korea-Michigan Human Rights Research Fellowship
- Robert J. Donia Graduate Student Fellowship
- Social Change Initiative Fellowship
- Student-Initiated Summer Internship Fellowship
- Syria Justice and Accountability Centre Fellowship
- Student Organizations
BA International Studies; BA Political Science ‘20
Perseus Strategies, LLC
My fellowship in Washington, D.C. was instrumental in preparing me for a career in human rights, as it allowed me to go beyond the scope of the Michigan classroom, apply my knowledge and work experience, and become a part of the solutions I’ve learned about. During my time at Perseus Strategies, LLC, I was astonished by the both the amount and the importance of the work that I did, from drafting House of Representative resolutions, contributing to “white paper” reports, or attending meetings on Capitol Hill. Additionally, I gained valuable insight while networking and meeting people from all different careers, helping me to gain a better understanding of the complex political world. With the experience, I hope to utilize my newly acquired skills to make tangible change after graduation and ultimately make an impact in the world.
Hannah is a senior, pursuing a dual major in International Studies with a focus in International Security, Norms and Cooperation and Political Science. At the University of Michigan, Hannah was appointed to President Schlissel’s Advisory Committee on Labor Standards and Human Rights and was the President of the U-M Undergraduate Political Science Association. Additionally, she is a selected member of the Michigan Foreign Policy Council. She has also interned for U.S. Congresswoman Deborah Dingell.