Undergraduate Internship Report: Witness

WITNESS logo.  Source: http://www.witness.org Hello all, My name is Camille Kritzman and I am a senior graduating this December 2013, with double majors in Latin American Studies and Psychology, with a minor in… Continue reading

Human Rights Major and Alumni Profiled by UConn Today

Human Rights Major, Senior Sharon Hwang, Intern at Freedom House in Washington, D.C. Profiled in UConn Today as well as Alumni Mentor Jeffrey Smith. Excerpt from the UConn Today article: Hwang participated in… Continue reading

Undergrad Internship at Save the Children: Kate Harris

This fall, while I had already completed my human rights internship requirement over the summer, I knew during my final semester at UCONN that I wanted more experience of what working at a… Continue reading

Making the Movement Move: Photography, Student Activism, and Civil Rights – The William Benton Museum of Art January 21–March 30, 2014

Opening January 21, The William Benton Museum of Art pays homage to the rich history of student activism with the new exhibition, Making the Movement Move: Photography, Student Activism, and Civil Rights. Following… Continue reading

Undergrad Internship Update at the ICTY: Meika Freeman

Hello All! My name is Meika Freeman and I graduated from UConn this past May as a History and Human Rights major.  I have been interning at the International Criminal Tribunal for the… Continue reading

Undergraduate Internship Reflection: Women Moving Millions

My name is Alexis Berglund, and I am currently a senior in the Human Rights Minor program at UConn, as well as a work study student at the Human Rights Institute. My major… Continue reading