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With these degrees she hopes to go into hydrology and eventually science communications.
She sits as the Vice-President for Educational Affairs on Grand Valley’s Student Senate, and as the President of Women in STEM Fields at GVSU.
She is a classically trained pianist, as well as a recipient of several art awards including the 2012 U. During the summer of 2014, she studies Arabic in Oman, and spent the 2015-2016 academic year abroad in Amman, Jordan on the Barbara H.
Padnos International Scholarship and the National Security Education Program David L. While living in Jordan, she studied at an intensive Arabic language institute, Qasid, for 10 months.
A total of 719,618 people of concern are registered with UNHCR in Jordan, including 646,329 Syrians, 55,162 Iraqis, and 9,127 others including 4,071 Yemenis, 3,055 Sudanese and 777 Somalis.
This internship has brought her into Zaatari Refugee camp, the largest Syrian refugee camp in Jordan, and introduced her to the individuals working tirelessly to assist persons in need.
Ollie is native to Dearborn, Michigan, and was offered a scholarship to play football at GVSU.
With his free time, Ollie enjoys reading books (preferably on a beach), traveling, hiking, and cooking.
Leah Beaulac – Biology Leah is a biology major with minors in Arabic and Middle Eastern studies.Among other extracurricular activities, Ollie exhibits his leadership qualities as President of the GVSU Law Society, and was voted by his teammates onto the Leadership Council for the 2016 GVSU football team.Upon graduating from Grand Valley State University, Ollie plans to attend law school.Fellows are admitted to the Cook Leadership Academy for one or more years.Each applicant must meet the criteria of high academic achievement, active involvement in the campus community, dedication to the public good, a passion to lead, and a commitment to personal growth.
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Simultaneously, Leah is still working on increasing her proficiency in Arabic, while simultaneously completing her thesis on Water Scarcity and Refugee Populations in Northern Jordan.