Category Archives: Meet some of our HSGI minors

Erin Barr

Critical thinking and the ability to analyze data are skills valuable in any profession as well as general daily life. These are proficiencies that I find particularly helpful and necessary for my current studies and a potential career in law. I chose a major that provides me with a good foundation in the history and...
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Mia Poynor

With spatial technologies, we can explore how health can inform human security. I'm studying Health and Human Sciences with a focus in International Health, but for the longest time I was undecided, unsure where to focus my studies due to my interests in multiple areas. However, once I chose my major that favored my interdisciplinary...
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Dillon Bonde

As a Midshipman in USC’s NROTC Battalion, I have always had an interest in serving our country. Upon graduating from USC, I will commission as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps. I am always looking for opportunities to learn new skills and information that will help me become a more well-rounded officer in the Marines. My political science major has...
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Alanna Schenk

I have always been intrigued by the workings of the international system and what constitutes humanitarian intervention, human rights, conflict trends, and resolution. Human rights violations take place everywhere as a result of political, structural, and systemic violence. Additionally, solutions to these problems often seem unattainable. My interest is to help recognize and ameliorate these...
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