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People » 2009 Spring Interns

Bazunu, Antoinette

Antoinette Bazunu

Intern

Antoinette Bazunu is an intern for the Global Perspectives Office. She is currently a graduate student at the University of Central Florida, pursuing an M.A. in English Language Arts Education.  Bazunu holds a B.S. with honors in Public Administration from UCF.  Her Honors in the Major Thesis focused on evaluating safety in District 7’s privatized child welfare services.  Bazunu is currently a mentor for Florida’s Take Stock in Children program.  Her research interests are human trafficking, education and poverty.  Upon completion of her M.A., Bazunu plans to pursue a doctorate degree in education.  She is a native of Nigeria.

 
Coulter, Kathleen

Kathleen Coulter

Intern

Kathleen Coulter is an intern for the Global Perspectives Office.  She is currently a junior at the University of Central Florida, pursuing a double-major in Political Science – International Relations track – and Journalism – News Writing track – with a minor in French Language.   This coming summer, she plans to study at La Sorbonne in Paris.  Coulter is a member of LEAD Scholars and the Phi Sigma Pi Honor Fraternity. Upon graduation, she is considering a graduate degree in either international law or intercultural communications.  Coulter, a native of Canada, has traveled throughout Canada, Europe and China.

 
Crandall, Kaitlyn

Kaitlyn Crandall

Intern

Kaitlyn Crandall is an intern for the Global Perspectives Office.  She is currently a junior at the University of Central Florida, pursuing a double-major in Political Science – International Relations track – and History, with a minor in French Language through the Burnett Honors College.   Crandall is currently a member of LEAD Scholars  and the UCF French Club.  Her research interests include conflict resolution and military history.  Upon graduation, she plans to attend graduate school and eventually work in the U.S. Foreign Service.  Crandall has studied Latin, is conversational in French and has travelled throughout the United States and Canada.

 
Emas, David

David Emas

Intern

David Emas is an intern for the Global Perspectives Office.  He is currently a junior at the University of Central Florida, majoring in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice.  Emas is the Co-Founder and Vice President of Sababa, a Jewish organization at UCF.  He also serves as the Scholarship Chair of Lambda Chi Alpha.  His research interests include globalization and economic growth of developing countries. Upon graduation, he plans to pursue a graduate degree in law.  Emas has traveled to Israel, Turkey, Mexico, Jamaica and The Bahamas.

 
Holman, Jason

Jason Holman

Intern

Jason Holman is an intern for the Global Perspectives Office. He is currently a junior at the University of Central Florida, majoring in Political Science – Pre-Law Track – with a minor in Business Administration.   His research interests include the Iraq War, Middle East conflict and constitutional law. Upon graduation, he plans to pursue a graduate degree in law.  Holman has traveled to Mexico, Bahamas and Belize.

 
Kowalski, Stacy

Stacy Kowalski

Senior Intern

Stacy Kowalski is an intern for the Global Perspectives Office. She is currently a senior at UCF, pursuing a double major in Political Science/International Relations and Comparative Politics and Spanish Language and Literature, as well as a minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. She is a member of UCF Progressive Council and Campus Peace Action.  Her research interests include  communication and mutual understanding of nations through trade and diplomacy.  Upon graduation, Kowalski plans to attend graduate school. She is fluent in Spanish, conversational in Chinese and learning Portuguese. She has traveled to England, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Morocco, Colombia and Turkey.

 
Magovern, David

David Magovern

Intern

David Magovern is an intern for the Global Perspectives Office.  He is currently a senior at the University of Central Florida, majoring in Political Science – International Relations Track.  McGovern is a member of Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society and the Golden Key International Honor Society.  His research interests include human trafficking, global energy and Japanese culture. Upon graduation, he plans to pursue a graduate degree in international relations.  McGovern is studying Japanese and previously lived in Japan for three years.  He has travelled to Hong Kong, Brunei, Bali, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea and Canada.