I have always been interested in social and economic inequalities as someone raised in a poor family in an underdeveloped city in Turkey.
Graduate students are excited about history and self-motivated in a way that makes them a pleasure to work with.
It's surreal. I like the fact that I'm in the center of everything.
Greek life immediately felt like home. At the end of the day, it’s a true brotherhood. This is my family.
From the very beginning I loved the opportunity to get to know students and their concerns, and to give voice to their concerns in a productive way.
When you graduate, you don’t just have a degree. I made sure those four years of growth weren’t just academic growth.
My political science simulations taught me communications and management skills. Even if I don’t agree with you, I can understand your position so we can try to meet in the middle.