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The  World Policy Institute understands that policymakers and opinion leaders need creative ways to catalyze innovation and engage wider coalitions in solving some of the world’s biggest challenges.  By working with artists focused on the same issues, this cross-cutting initiative seeks to build a new, collaborative model for social change. 

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About Our Interns

Cited by Crain's NY Business in 2006 as one of the most highly sought-after internships for ambitious students, WPI fielded more than 400 applications in 2009-2010. We hosted 35 interns who contributed brilliantly to our research, communications, development, marketing, public relations, event management, and editorial and online portfolio. Research and advocacy interns worked directly with WPI fellows; editorial interns played a significant role in expanding our multimedia presence, and were instrumental in developing our new weekly podcast series. This year's interns have hailed from as far away as India, Australia, Pakistan, and France. In addition to interns from each of the Ivy League schools, WPI hosted students from the University of Chicago, Georgetown, Vasser, Oberlin, and Sciences Po Paris, as well as from top New York institutions like NYU, Bard, Fordham, and The New School. Recent interns have gone on to hold positions in business, policy, and media organizations including the Council on Foreign Relations, the Peace Corps, Time Magazine, ABC, the Hess Corporation, U.S. Congress, and UNDP.

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Current Interns - Summer 2013

Dylan Hammer (WPJ) is a senior at Bowdoin College studying international relations and comparative government. His interests include Japanese politics and society, transitional governance, and developmental politics. Dylan is co-Editor-in-Chief of the Bowdoin Globalist and an associate editor for the Bowdoin Orient. His work at World Policy included editorial and research projects for the Journal’s print and online content.  

Tanu Kumar (WPJ) received her B.A. from Bowdoin College in the spring of 2012. As a government major and economics minor, her areas of interest include state development and the relationship between central and local government. A senior thesis on Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas has led to a particular focus on insurgent governance in Pakistan and Afghanistan. In her spare time, she enjoys running, discovering new music, and perusing Buzzfeed. She plans to begin a Ph.D. program in political science in this fall.


Lucius Lee (WPI) is a rising junior at Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. As a Regional and Comparative Studies Major concentrating on Latin America and East Asia, his areas of interest include post-conflict democracy building, democratic institutions and sustainable development. Lucius previously interned for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Singapore and the Institute of Policy Studies at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Before college, Lucius served in the Singapore Armed Forces as a military intelligence analyst for two years. 

James Richard Eubank (WPI) graduated from Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia where he studied international relations and focused on environmental policy. Specifically, his senior thesis covered the threat of rising sea levels in the Maldives Islands and it’s relationship to the current social and political crisis. He studied in Madrid, Spain in his junior year, and would like to live there again in the future. James hopes to earn a Master’s degree in economics and pursue a career in corporate sustainability.

Albert Troszczynski (WPI) is a senior majoring in International Studies at Emory University, with a concentration in conflict resolution and a geographic interest in Africa and the Middle East. He has a particular interesting in work that crosses disciplines, merging foreign policy with ethics, sociology, anthropology and science/technology. Albert has previously interned at the Council on Foreign Relations and plans on starting the application process to be a US Foreign Service Officer.

Laura Weidinger (WPI) is a rising finalist studying Politics at Cambridge University, King’s College. Her main areas of interest are health policy and pharmaceutical lobbyism, political thought, and policy and technological innovation. Laura previously interned with the neuroscience and the neuropsychiatry departments of the Charité University Clinic of Berlin, as well as at the European Parliament. Alongside her studies, Laura is involved framing and analyzing surveys from political polling projects in sub-Sahara Africa and in the Maghreb. She is part of the student government and supports social enterprise start-ups with the Beyond Profit society.

Johana Bhuiyan (WPJ) graduated from Lehigh University in the Spring of 2013 with a B.A. in journalism. With minors in religion and global studies, she is particularly interested in exploring the influence of culture and geography on the molding of religion. She hopes to one day produce a documentary series on this very topic as it relates to Islam. Her other interests include running, pilates, and a deep-seated passion for writing and reporting. As a former news editor of Lehigh University’s student-run newspaper, The Brown and White, she also plans to pursue a career in editing and reporting. She is currently working on an article on the under reporting of state-sponsored violence in Bangladesh for WPJ.

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