College Senior chosen as Gaither Junior Fellow

Samuel Orloff

Samuel Orloff, C’21, has been named a James C. Gaither Junior Fellow, one of an estimated 12 in the country chosen for a one-year fellowship at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C.

A history and political science major, Orloff will be working on research pertaining to U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy. He recently completed his senior thesis in history on the memory of fascism and anti-fascism in postwar Britain with Alex Chase-Levenson, Assistant Professor of History. He has also conducted research through the Penn & Slavery Project and as a Perry World House Student Fellow. He is associate editor of the Penn Undergraduate Law Journal and has been active with the campus Jewish community at Penn Hillel.

The Gaither Junior Fellows program is designed to provide a substantive work experience for students who have a serious career interest in the area of international affairs.

Read the full announcement here.

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