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Portrait of Clemesha Jámilah Grayer

Discovery of Self

2017 graduate Clemesha Jámilah Grayer shares how her undergraduate research experience has helped her find her place in the world. She reflects on how GWSS prepared her to meet the challenges of her new job by talking about difficult topics, empowering students through questions, and being aware of the world and its identities.

A new Korean war would kill more U.S. military personnel than you might think

Is the United States on the brink of war with North Korea? Many observers are worried that the answer is yes — but for a conventional war rather than a nuclear war. And that would put the tens of thousands of U.S. military personnel stationed in South Korea in harm’s way, with much higher human costs — and many more fatalities — than the United States has seen in its recent military conflicts.
Pictured left to right, Valentina Salas, Lisa Hilbink, and Bridget Marchesi

Equal Rights & Unequal Remedies

Justice is a fundamental human right. U of M political scientists Lisa Hilbink, Bridget Marchesi, Valentina Salas, and political science undergraduate Monica Delgado are working in Chile and Colombia to examine whether, when, and how their citizens would turn to their judicial systems to seek legal remedies for human rights violations.