November 07, 2013

Mike Ajjan '14, economics and international relations

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by Paula Cogan Myers

LEWISBURG, Pa. – This group of eight Bucknell University students studies subjects that range from classics to civil engineering. They hail from as close as Clearfield, Pa., and as far away as Shenzhen, China. One is doing research on Mexican migration. Another spent a summer as an airport planning intern.

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Mike Ajjan '14 Mike Ajjan ’14, economics and international relations

Ben Barrett '16 Ben Barrett ’16, biology and sociology

Sydney Isaacs '16 Sydney Isaacs ’16, civil engineering

Beth Klunk '14 Beth Klunk ’14, psychology and religious studies

Mattea Rossettie '14 Mattea Rossettie ’14, animal behavior and comparative humanities

Lindsay Schwartz '14 Lindsay Schwartz ’14, animal behavior and classics

Drew Yingling '15 Drew Yingling ’15, economics and history

Kelly Yuan '15 Kelly Yuan ’15, economics and mathematics