Jake Hanson is the Fall 2022 REIGN Intern for the Office of Global Perspectives and International Initiatives. He is a junior at UCF pursuing a University Honors undergraduate degree in Political Science (International Relations and Comparative Politics), with a minor in sociology. Hanson is a member of the President’s Leadership Council as the Recruitment Coordinator and the Student Government Judicial Branch as an Associate Justice. His research interests include U.S. foreign policy in Western Europe and sociological globalization. Upon graduation, he plans on pursuing a graduate degree in foreign policy or sociology (hopefully abroad!). A student of English, Hanson hopes to study abroad in London this summer.
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