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Boren Fellow to Research Korean Reunification

June 24, 2012

Participating U.S. Institutions
University of Pennsylvania

Albert Kim, a graduate student at George Mason University, was awarded a Boren Fellowship to study abroad in South Korea. Albert already has a BA in political science from the University of Pennsylvania, an MA in international relations from American University, and an MA in international security from Korea University. While in Korea, he plans to research Korean security issues in U.S. foreign policy and more specifically, on Korean reunification and nuclear proliferation. In the future he hopes to work in the federal government and become a professor in political science.

Albert was recently profiled in two GMU articles. Read GMU's article here. The Department of Public and International Affairs article can be found here.