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Humanity in Action

Written by Cara J. Hayden

Aliu

Aliu

Gore

Gore

Mericli

Mericli

Three Pitt students are studying issues of immigration, diversity, and international human- rights doctrines through Humanity in Action fellowships this summer. They’re among 57 students selected from a pool of more than 600 applicants. They are: Sesi Aliu, a sophomore majoring in French and international affairs who is a fellow in Denmark; Daniel Gore, a junior majoring in political science and history who is a fellow in France; and Benjamin Mericli, a senior majoring in engineering physics, philosophy, and linguistics who is a fellow in New York City. This is the fourth consecutive year that Pitt students have been chosen for the fellowship program.

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