Major: International Relations and Classical Studies
Hometown: Dallas, TX
My fellowship experience:
I experienced so many different facets of what it will take to work in this field in the future. I witnessed the complex negotiations and political maneuvers required to build support and galvanize a campaign; the practical and specific planning and incremental goal-setting necessary to reach such a sweeping aim as a world without nuclear weapons; the dynamics and the diplomacy – and the camaraderie – that comes from working so closely with an intimate group, and the agonizing and repetitive work, of which event planning is a prime example, that must be accomplished to keep all other considerations humming smoothly.
View Jennifer's Cornell Fellows Showcase presentation here.
Jennifer Knox '14
Stanclift Fellow in International Policy
Aims of the Fellowship
- Engagement in research about contemporary nuclear policy developments tracking and highlighting news and current events
- Contribution to logistics and coordination efforts of 2012 Global Zero student summit at Yale
- Distillation of complex policy presentations to easily accessible summaries
- Experience first-hand the operations of small, grassroots campaign/non-profit through participation in meetings, work streams, and projects
- Involvement in campaign development and the process of making issues simple, attractive, and accessible beyond the Beltway
David Yamanishi, Politics