interns

 
Meagan Byrd   Meagan is in her fourth year of studies at the University of Toronto. She is pursuing an honours specialization in Political Science, with a focus in International Relations. She is currently serving as the Co-Chair of Summit Studies at the G7 Research Group, and a Senior Researcher on Global Health for the G20 Research Group. Through her research with the G7 and G20 Research Group’s, she was able to attend the 2018 G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the 2019 G7 Summit in Biarritz, France., She is planning on pursuing graduate studies in International Affairs and Journalism. She is an avid traveller, and cites Cambodia as her most memorable trip thus far.

Meagan Byrd

Meagan is in her fourth year of studies at the University of Toronto. She is pursuing an honours specialization in Political Science, with a focus in International Relations. She is currently serving as the Co-Chair of Summit Studies at the G7 Research Group, and a Senior Researcher on Global Health for the G20 Research Group. Through her research with the G7 and G20 Research Group’s, she was able to attend the 2018 G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the 2019 G7 Summit in Biarritz, France., She is planning on pursuing graduate studies in International Affairs and Journalism. She is an avid traveller, and cites Cambodia as her most memorable trip thus far.

Caroline Tolton   Caroline is a second-year student at Trinity College in the University of Toronto. She is planning on pursuing a double major in International Relations and Health Studies with a minor in Near and Middle Eastern Civilisations. Caroline is a recipient of the Beaverbrook Vimy Prize, an all-expenses-paid educational program that awarded her the opportunity to study the First and Second World Wars in England, Belgium, and France in August 2018. She is also a recipient of the University of Toronto’s Humanities Excellence Scholarship and recently appeared on TVO’s  The Agenda  as an ambassador for the Vimy Foundation. Her hobbies include travelling, ancient classical  history, and keeping up with current affairs. She is particularly passionate about the issues of Arctic sovereignty, global public health, and Middle Eastern relations.

Caroline Tolton

Caroline is a second-year student at Trinity College in the University of Toronto. She is planning on pursuing a double major in International Relations and Health Studies with a minor in Near and Middle Eastern Civilisations. Caroline is a recipient of the Beaverbrook Vimy Prize, an all-expenses-paid educational program that awarded her the opportunity to study the First and Second World Wars in England, Belgium, and France in August 2018. She is also a recipient of the University of Toronto’s Humanities Excellence Scholarship and recently appeared on TVO’s The Agenda as an ambassador for the Vimy Foundation. Her hobbies include travelling, ancient classical history, and keeping up with current affairs. She is particularly passionate about the issues of Arctic sovereignty, global public health, and Middle Eastern relations.

Tina Vulevic   Tina is a fourth-year student of International Relations and European Studies. She is a researcher with Professor Joseph Wong's Reach Project, currently working on a report regarding urban rehabilitation and upgrading programs in Tunisia, and was previously named a Jackman Humanities Institute Scholar-In-Residence. Besides being an intern at the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, Tina currently leads an organization called Diplomats on Campus, aiming to bring together students and practitioners of foreign policy. She does her best to immerse herself in the world of global affairs on campus at the University of Toronto, and hopes to attend grad school next Fall studying diplomacy and global governance.

Tina Vulevic

Tina is a fourth-year student of International Relations and European Studies. She is a researcher with Professor Joseph Wong's Reach Project, currently working on a report regarding urban rehabilitation and upgrading programs in Tunisia, and was previously named a Jackman Humanities Institute Scholar-In-Residence. Besides being an intern at the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, Tina currently leads an organization called Diplomats on Campus, aiming to bring together students and practitioners of foreign policy. She does her best to immerse herself in the world of global affairs on campus at the University of Toronto, and hopes to attend grad school next Fall studying diplomacy and global governance.