STUDENTS: PROJECTS & PERSPECTIVES
Religion and Public Engagement concentrators embrace Wake Forest’s core value of study and work pro-humanitate–for humanity. They want break out of the Wake Forest “bubble” and make a difference in the world; they also want to explore ways to be paid for what they love to do after graduation. They are passionate about their academic work, their internships and their futures.

GeorgeGeorge Aldhizer

’15 Religion and Accountancy

Internship: Spring 2014 Crisis Control, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Yasin Ali

’15 Political Science

Internship: Summer 2012 World Relief, High Point, NC.

 

 NaijliNaijla Faizi

’14 Religion

Internship: Winston-Salem Interfaith 

 

KatieREVKatie Imhoff  

’15    Religion/Politics and International Affairs

Internship: Fall 2013 School for International Training (Chile, Jordan, Nepal)

 

 JohnJohn James

’14 Religion

  Internship: Fall 2012, University of Cape Town, South Africa

 

JoeLeDucJoe LeDuc

’15 Politics and International Affairs

 

 

RirieRevKatherine Ririe

’15    Sociology/Religion

Internship: Family Services: Domestic Violence Court Advocate

 

India LauraLaura Simpson

’14 Religion

Internship: Methodist Children’s Home, Winson-Salem, NC

 

bailey13Bailey Stinson

’14 Religion & Biology

 

 

 Natalie Solomon

’15 Religion and Psychology

Internship: Summer 2013 4wholeness

 

 Mary StephensMary Stephens

’14 Religion and Sociology

 

 

Sarah13Sarah Van Sickle

’14 Religion and History

Internship: Summer 2013 Ukrainian Humanitarian Institute, Kiev, Ukraine

 

MuhammadMuhammed Ziddiqui

’14 Religion

Internship: Summer 2013 National Defense University, US Defense Department, DC