Eight student leaders in the College of Letters and Science have been recognized as United Nations Millennium Fellows.
The Millennium Fellowship is a partnership between the UN’s Millennium Campus Network and Academic Impact programs. Fellows at UC Davis will engage the campus in learning about and addressing UN Sustainable Development Goals through events, performances, speakers and projects. Their inaugural theme is “Food for Thought: Feeding the Planet, Feeding Our Selves.”
A total of 15 students from UC Davis were chosen for this year’s class of fellows. UC Davis was one of 30 universities worldwide selected as host institutions for the fellowship program.
Below are the student fellows from the College of Letters and Science:
- Romae-Anne Aquino, major in International Relations, Political Science, Spanish.
- Nicholas Archibald, major in History and Political Science.
- Renee Hu, major in Geology and German.
- Binwant Kahlon, major in International Relations and Economics.
- Liz McAllister, major in Sustainable Design.
- Chloe Parini, major in Design.
- Ally Russell, major in Latin American History and International Relations.
- Ranjot Singh, major in International Relations and Economics.