Institute for Global Citizenship
Markim Hall
651-696-6750 (fax)

Academic-Year Hours
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Summer Hours
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. – Noon

2014-2015 (new members coming soon))

  • Lawrence FuranLawrence Furan ’16
    Lawrence is from Albany, NY. He is a chemistry major with a biochemistry emphasis minoring in biology. He loves research, music, and of course, traveling. He also enjoys helping students engage with the world through the Live It! Fund.
  • Farah Al HaddadFarah Al Haddad ’17
    Farah is from Damascus, Syria, lived in in New Mexico for two years and is now involved in the IGC student council because of her interest in ethical civic engagement. She is also passionate about international studies, political science, and dance.
  • Lia HansenLia Hansen ’16
    Lia is a sophomore from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a Political Science and International Studies double major, with a Human Rights Concentration. Apart from the IGCSC, Lia is involved with Macalester's Model United Nations and Adelante. This is her second year on the council and loves serving on it!
  • Elena LindstromElena Lindstrom ’17
    Elena hails from outside Chicago and plans to major in International Studies and Political Science. She also loves music and dance and plans to pursue a minor in Theater. Elena appreciates how the IGCSC supports civic engagement, student initiative, and global citizenship.
  • Jonathan MelmsJonathan Melms ’16
    Jonathan is a sophomore from Milwaukee majoring in Neuroscience. He would like to be a chiropractor or a teacher. He is a member of the baseball team and a leader for the Macalester Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Jonathan likes to engage with cultures and people, and he embraces being on the council.
  • Phyong PhamPhuong Pham ’16
    Phuong is a Neurobiology Major from Sioux Falls, SD. This is her first year on the council and she's excited to read all the Live It applications!
  • placeholder graphicBrendan Rome ’15
    Brendan is a junior double majoring in Philosophy and English with a Critical Theory concentration. He is from Fox Island, WA. In addition to his studies, he enjoys playing bagpipes and penny whistle, collecting music and books, cooking, exploring the outdoors, and watching cult and art house movies.
  • William Theriac William Theriac ’16
    William is from Spartanburg, SC by way of Louisville, KY. He is a History and IS double major who serves on the IGCSC as the student government liaison. Every break William likes to read at least 1 classic piece of literature, and 1 book written by someone from a culture he doesn't know much about.
  • Jinghing YangJingjing Yang ’16
    Jingjing is a sophomore at Mac, majoring in international studies and anthropology. She was born and raised in a small village in southern China, but had all her pre-college education in Shanghai. She has also spent one year in a private high school in Indiana as an exchange student.