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Kenneth Lee is a fellow at the USC Korean Studies Institute where he has written and presented on the research papers regarding South Korea’s nuclear weapons program and the country's economic history. He was the Vice-President of Competition for MUNSC, USC’s Model UN team, attending conferences around the country ...Read More
Tess Murray is an incoming senior majoring in International Relations and Global Business and minoring in Accounting at the University of Southern California. Tess has spent time in Madrid, Spain and Beijing, China studying different educational systems. Tess’ research interests include human rights, the political economy of the developing world... Read More
Katya Lopatko is in her Senior year at USC studying International Relations, Marketing and French. Her primary interests within the field of International Relations include the European and Latin American regions, global political economy and sociocultural phenomena such as nationalism and xenophobia. Katya is fluent in Russian, conversationally proficient in Spanish and is currently learning French; she plans to spend a semester studying in Paris or Buenos Aires. Two years ago, Katya studied European security at the Institute for European Studies at VUB in Brussels while interning with the EU think tank EIAS (European Institute for Asian Studies). She has also completed legal and business internships in Los Angeles and is currently deciding between a career in global business and international law.
Rebecca Cheng is a junior studying International Relations with a minor in East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Southern California. Her research interests include Chinese foreign and security policy, European foreign policy, and Sino-German relations. She has conducted research on European foreign policy for Professor Steven Lamy by analyzing primary documents and compiling country narratives. For the past two summers, Rebecca studied intensive German and Mandarin in Berlin and Beijing, respectively, and is now conversational in both languages. In her spare time, she enjoys dancing salsa, ballet, and hip-hop.