Liliana Ramos is the Fall 2022 Puerto Rico Research Hub Fellow for the Office of Global Perspectives and International Initiatives. She is a Senior at UCF School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs pursuing an undergraduate degree in International and Global Studies with a minor in Intelligence and National Security and Asian Studies.
Ramos was a Student Government Judicial Branch member as an Associate Justice and a member of the Club of Security and Intelligence. Her research interest is U.S foreign policy in East Asia and learning more about cultural and political similarities between Puerto Rico and Japan. Upon graduation, she plans on continuing her education by applying to a graduate program to gain a master’s degree in International Studies and teach English abroad. This student has native fluency in Spanish and is currently learning Japanese at UCF. Ramos has mainly traveled to Cuba to learn about her parent’s culture and their way of life.
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