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.
Kimberly Carl is an Intern for the Global Perspectives Office. She is a senior at UCF majoring in Political Science â?? International Studies with a minor in European Studies. She is a transfer student from the University of Florida where she was a research assistant in the European Union Studies Department and worked on a project entitled Economization and Democratization in Eastern Europe. She plans to obtain her masters degree at the University of Central Florida next fall.
Fernando Gonzalez is an Intern for the Global Perspectives Office. He is a junior at UCF majoring in Political Science-International Relations and Comparative Politics. He has traveled through out the Caribbean and the United States and plans on traveling through out the Middle East, which is an area of interest to him. Having been born in Puerto Rico he is fluent in Spanish and has lived the majority of his life in Central Florida. After graduating, he plans to attend law school with an emphasis in international law.
Lissette Lanza is an intern in the Global Perspectives Office. She is pursuing a major in Political Science-International Relations at the University of Central Florida and a minor in Economics. She is the current Secretary of the U.N. Association at UCF, and she is a sister of the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity. Lissette is from Peru, and live in Germany and Canada. She had traveled through South America, Europe, and Canada. She speaks Spanish, German, and basic French.
Evelyn Tonn is an intern for the Global Perspectives Office and the Diplomacy Program. She was a Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellow in the Fall of 2006. She is a senior Political Science: International Relations Major in the Burnett Honors College. She is currently writing her Honors in the Major Thesis â??Globalization vs. Localization: A comparative global analysis of the attitudes of University Studentsâ? She was a recipient of the 2006 David L. Boren National Security Education Program Scholarship to study Arabic at the University of Jordan and has studied abroad at Cambridge University.
Stephanie Constantin is a Global Fellow, under the auspices of the Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellows Program at the University of Central Florida, for the Global Perspective Office and the Diplomacy Program. Born in Leiden, the Netherlands, Stephanie Constantin was raised in Athens, Greece where she went to a French school. She moved to the States six years ago, and then came to the University of Central Florida where she is currently majoring in Economics. Stephanie was the recipient of the 2006 Anil Deshpande London School of Economics Award/Scholarship. After spending her summer volunteering, she aspires to work in some area related to international developmental economics.
Global Connections Scholar / Global Connections Fellow
Cassandra Long is a Global Connections Scholar for the Global Perspectives Office and the Global Connections Foundation. She was a Global Fellow, under the auspices of the Lawrence J. Chastang Global Fellows Program at the University of Central Florida, for the Global Perspectives Office and the Diplomacy Program. She is currently an undergraduate working towards a Bachelorâ??s in International Relations and a minor in Asian Studies. Her research interests include national security issues as they relate to Asia, specifically China. She has just returned from a year of studying Mandarin as a National Security Education Program Scholar in Beijing. Cassandra is a native of Florida but attended high school in Taiwan. She has traveled extensively throughout Asia and Europe.