This is the first post in our weekly Student Spotlight series, in which we sit down with current students and ask five questions about their life prior, during, and after attending the Woodrow Wilson School.
Madi Sengupta, MPA ’13
Field: I, International RelationsHometown: Houston, TXAlma Mater: University of Texas, Austin ’07
What did you do before studying at the Woodrow Wilson School?
Prior to WWS, I worked at the NASA Johnson Space Center in...
What’s one of my favorite things about attending a small graduate school program? The personalized career services experience. It’s important to me to have one-on-one guidance when figuring out what to do after grad school, and the Woodrow Wilson School has exceeded my expectations in every way. The week we arrived at Princeton, students had meetings with the two Career Services directors, Ann Corwin and Cherena Walker, to get to know them. We...
This blog was created in collaboration with current Wilson school students who make up our unofficial Social Media Group. Working together with the admissions office, the Social Media Group has developed the content strategy and vision for this blog. Meet our team of student contributors who have volunteered their time to make this an engaging resource for prospective students around the world!
Alex Utsey, MPA ’14
Field: I, International...
Five Woos took time out from studying for midterms and headed to Union Beach, NJ, one of the areas hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy. It’s been five months since the hurricane hit and New Jersey communities are still dealing with its aftermath.
MPA1 Mayank Misra, his wife Poh Si Teng, graduate student Catherine Offord and PhD candidate Rachel Baker perform as Tikka Masala.
Woos packed Princeton’s notorious D-Bar to hear their classmates perform during the second annual “WooCoustic”, an open mic night put on entirely by Wilson School students. The set list included original songs and covers ranging from the BeeGees, the Beatles, and Boys II Men.
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