Student Affiliates

Page Affiliates

Our affiliates are an interdisciplinary group of students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels who are interested in building an intellectual community around issues of domestic civil and international human rights. Current affiliates include students in law, sociology, political science, global affairs, history, philosophy, architecture, business, engineering, biological science, computing, and economics.

Student affiliates have a host of special engagement opportunities with the Klau Institute. Among those opportunities are an invitation to participate in a year-long series of student roundtables, in which small groups of affiliates discuss timely civil and human rights topics with in-house and visiting faculty as well as guest speakers. Affiliates may apply for small grants for research, travel, or conference participation related to civil and human rights.

More broadly, affiliates are welcomed into community life and fellowship at the Klau Institute and are asked to be ambassadors promoting civil and human rights within the broader Notre Dame community and within their own disciplines. 

Apply to the affiliate program here

 

 

Current Students

Keough School of Global Affairs

Klau Institute Minor in Civil and Human Rights
Klau Institute Concentration in Civil and Human Rights
  • Annie Behm
  • Briana Chappell
  • Nicholas Crookston
  • Chaya Figueroa
  • Jacqueline Glago
  • Camila Holden
  • Clodagh Johnston
  • Abby Lamm
  • Kristen Lemus
  • Belen Riberas
  • Claudia Rivera
  • Climary Sanchez Marmolejo
  • Grace Scartz
  • Gabrielle Spontak
  • Hannah Thurow
  • Wil Zinkan
Master of Global Affairs
  • Marla Cansino
  • Nicolas Chehade
  • Mariama S. Dampha
  • Nourhan Fahmy
  • Elischia Fludd
  • Dara-Marie Raggay
  • Anna Romandash
  • Melvin Sharty
Major in Global Affairs
  • Annette Lee
Supplementary Major in Global Affairs
  • Katherine Conway
  • Theophilus Daniel
  • Allison Doctor
  • James Forsen
  • Irasema Hernandez Trujillo
  • Anna Kulczycka
  • Mary Laird
  • Daniel Lau
  • Lindsey Miller
  • Tia Mittle
  • Gabriela Rivera
  • Matthew Ruff
  • Natalia Ruiz
  • Annie Ryan
  • Lily Storrs
  • Emma Wakakuwa
  • Katie Werner
  • Meredith Wilson
  • Shamiran Youhana
Doctorate in Peace Studies
  • Joséphine Lechartre
  • Joachim Ozonze

 

Law School

J.S.D. in International Human Rights Law
  • Juan Pablo Alban-Alencastro
  • Jorge Eduardo Barrera Rojas
  • Carlos Bichet Nicoletti
  • Maryssa Gabriel
  • Clare O'Hare
  • Bernardo Pulido
  • Khawla Wakkaf
LL.M. in International Human Rights Law
  • Farah Khaleel Abdullah
  • Rushaan Booysen
  • Monserrat Jacqueline Cámara Santos
  • Portia Ozioma Chigbu
  • Elizabeth Rose Higgins
  • Caren Kalafatich
  • Cecilia Kibada
  • Carlos Martínez Roca
  • Faisal Yamil Meneses
  • Jonathan Pabillore
  • Bibi Wahida Rahimi
  • Pavithra Rajendran
  • Ewa Rejman
  • Josemaría Rodríguez Conca
  • Ana Clara Rivero
  • Yin Yin Win
Doctor of Jurisprudence
  • Sarah Barritt
  • Claire Crites
  • Alyssa Desouza
  • Alexandra Lesnik
  • Davis Lovvorn
  • Allison Morcus
  • Erica Patterson
  • Sebastián Ramírez
  • Riley Realing
  • Maria Rossi
  • Drake Stobie

 

College of Arts and Letters

Doctor of Philosophy
  • Aliyah Abu-Hazeem (Sociology)
  • Kenneth Amadi (Theology)
  • Emmanuel Cannady (Sociology)
  • Ruth Carmi (Sociology)
  • Angela Chesler (Political Science and Peace Studies)
  • Jaylexia Clark (Sociology)
  • Nancy Diaz (Sociology)
  • Hannah Early Bagdanov (Political Science)
  • Patrick Graff (Sociology)
  • Lindsay Heldreth (Sociology)
  • Lora Jury (Italian Studies)
  • Minju Kwon (Political Science)
  • Jeremi Panganiban (Anthropology/Peace Studies)
  • Emma Rosenberg (Political Science)
  • Ilana Rothkopf (Political Science)
  • Mary Shiraef (Political Science)
  • Romelia Solano (Political Science)
Bachelor of Arts
  • Jessica Ashman (Sociology)
  • Aidee Barajas (American Studies/Sociology)
  • Sonya Baumgardt (Political Science)
  • Rose Benas (Political Science)
  • Miriam Bethencourt (English/Peace Studies)
  • Hannah Brence (Political Science)
  • Ashley Cammiso (International Economics)
  • Adeline Chappuis (Design/Theology)
  • Alex Currie (Economics)
  • Alexis Dogue (American Studies)
  • Michael Donelan (Political Science and History)
  • Caroline Egan (Political Science and ESS)
  • Libby Eggemeier
  • Aiza Flores (Political Science)
  • Annemarie Foy (Math/Political Science)
  • Katherine Gottemoller (Political Science/Psychology)
  • Juliet Hall (Program of Liberal Studies)
  • Rachel Hartmann (Political Science)
  • Matthew Heilman (Neuroscience and Behavior)
  • Clare Hill (Political Science)
  • Shannon Kelly (Anthropology and Irish)
  • Caroline Kranick (English/Political Science)
  • Aidan Kriskey (Political Science)
  • Lauren Lee (Neuroscience and Behavior)
  • Josie Lloyd (Political Science)
  • Emily Lugg (Political Science)
  • Luzolo Matundu (Political Science and ACMS)
  • Libby Messman (Political Science)
  • Thomas Musgrave (Political Science/Peace Studies)
  • Thanh Nguyen (History)
  • Oscar Noem (English)
  • Connor Patrick (History)
  • Benjamín Rascón Gracia
  • Andrea Romero
  • Jingyao Shan
  • Jennifer Shin (Political Science)
  • Claire Wager (Political Science)
  • Blake Ziegler (Political Science)

 

School of Architecture

  • Elisabeth Hanley

 

College of Engineering

Bachelor of Science
  • Nathaniel Burke (Environmental Engineering)
  • Eno-Akyie Ennin (Aerospace Engineering)

 

College of Science

Bachelor of Science
  • Caroline Aey (Pre-Professional)
  • Emma Ackerley (Biological Sciences)
  • Joseph Golden (Biological Sciences/FTT)
  • Kelly Gorman (ACMS)
  • Matt Kianpour (Computing)
  • Theo Rauch

 

Mendoza School of Business

  • Mariana Aguilar
  • Maggie Klau
  • Margaret Sheehan