The Lab Student Fellowship aims to support the creativity of students working at the intersection of politics and performance. It is a space for discussion, workshopping, and collaboration among students who feel an affinity for the Lab’s mission of humanizing global politics. Simultaneously, it will connect students to The Lab’s work in an ongoing and meaningful way. The centerpiece of the program is a creative project of the fellow’s choosing. 

The Fellowship was launched in October of 2020 by Alyssa Kardos and Renny Simone, two student members of The Lab team. Recently, it was featured in a news article published on the SFS website.

Read “The Lab’s New Greenhouse” by Kate Foster about VERGE and the student fellows.

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Lab student fellows Sophia George, Kellan Oelkers, Jenni Loo, and Alyssa Kardos are among Lab fellows and friends in the performance of The Race, 2020.

 

Congratulations to the inaugural cohort of Lab Student Fellows! Click on the links below to view the Fellows’ pictures and bios.

Alexandra Bowman, Georgetown College ’22

Ali Daylami, Columbia University School of the Arts, Graduate School

Amber Nguyen, Georgetown College ’22

Amy Li, Georgetown College ’22

Ashanee Kottage, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’22

Catherine Shonack, Georgetown College ’22

Cheyenne Martin, Georgetown College ’21

Dennese Mae Javier, Georgetown College ’21

Elizabeth Park, Georgetown College ’21

Grace Crozier, Georgetown College ’21

Hoda Al-Haddad, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Graduate School

Irene Chun, Georgetown College ’21

Jameson Nowlan, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’23

Jenni Loo, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’21

Jesse Ryno, Georgetown College ’24

Karen Samy, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’23

Kate Wagner, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Graduate School

Kate Foster, Columbia University School of the Arts, Graduate School

Kellan Oelkers, Georgetown College ’21

Laila Jadallah, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Graduate School

Maeve Silk, Georgetown College ’23

Margaret Gleason, Georgetown College ’22

Onrei Josh Ladao, Georgetown College ’21

Samantha Freedman, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’21

Samik Maini, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’23

Sarah Khan, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’24

Sarah Martin, Georgetown College ’21

Sophia George, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’23

Thea Belle Flanzer, Georgetown College ’24

William Hammond, Walsh School of Foreign Service ’23