- Samantha Burlager, Office Assistant, ‘15
Burlager is from Shakopee, Minnesota, and is majoring in Environmental Studies and Political Science. "I'm excited to increase collaboration between all components of the IGC this semester, and work with great people."
- Rachel Graham '15
Graham is from Brooklyn, New York and is majoring in Psychology with a minor in Media and Cultural Studies. “I’m excited to be working in the newly improved Institute for Global Citizenship, which is starting to be utilized more by the student body as a relaxing study space!”
- Andrea Jackson '13
Andrea is from the Twin Cities. She is a Latin American Studies major with minors in Political Science and Spanish. She is excited to see the IGC become more integrated into campus life.
- Ezequiel Jimenez '13
Originally from Argentina, I attended Red Cross Nordic United World College before coming to Macalester. I am a dual major in Political Science and International Studies. Also, this year I serve as the Student Government’s Academic Affairs Chair. In the IGC, I assist Dean Hanson with her work with the World Health Organization.
- Aimee Mackie' 13
Aimee is from Mosinee, WI. She studies International Studies, Anthropology, Human Rights and Humanitarianism, and African Studies. She enjoys pancakes, walking, and hemming dresses. “I am a senior!"
- Niko Martell '13
Martell is from Lincoln, NE and is majoring in Geography with an urban studies focus. “I’m looking forward to seeing what new directions the IGC will continue to go in as this year progresses.” (Photo courtesy of Nika Otsby Photography)
- Cerisa Obern '13
Obern is from Madison, WI and is a senior majoring in International Studies and Chinese. She believes in only one philosophy, “Do or do not, there is no try,” which pretty much applies to her work-ethic. The IGC is a beautiful place to sit and relax.
- Danait Teklay ‘13
I am an International Studies major with a concentration in African Studies. Originally I am from Asmara, Eritrea but I’ve lived in New Brighton, MN since 2003. My work in the IGC involves mapping Macalester networks connected to the subjects of the annual International Roundtable such as food security and public health.
- Andrea Wilhelmi '14
Wilhelmi is an English major and a Studio Art minor. She hails from Roundup, MT (Population: 1800). "It's a privilege to work with Dean Hanson on raising student, staff, and faculty awareness about the IGC. I'm eager to use my passion for writing and communications to help weave the IGC's mission more snugly into Macalester's fabric."
- Samantha Yang '14
Yang is from Maplewood, MN and is majoring in International Studies with a minor in Anthropology. “I’m most excited about IGC’s changes. I have seen new faces, more visitors, and the addition of the coffee bar! I can’t wait to see what IGC has in store for its future!”