Summer 2017 Intern

Mollye Shacklette is a graduate student at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago studying international policy and development. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Political Science and Italian.

Graham School Methods + Policy Interns

Isobel Arujo is a rising senior in the Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars program at American University, majoring in Environmental Studies and double-minoring in Communications and Spanish. She is passionate about sustainable, equitable urban development and intends to pursue a graduate degree in urban planning. 

Gerald Lee just finished his first year pursuing his BSc in Urban Planning, Design and Management at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London. He explores how urbanization has a role in achieving sustainable development, improving social welfare, and generating economic growth.

Sarah Marx is studying History and Political Science at the Sorbonne in Paris. She hopes to work in the Middle East and is particularly interested in autonomous, resilient communities that are promoting new forms of urban governance by including feminist and ecological values.

Sharlene Yulita is studying architecture at the School of the Arts Institute Chicago. She hopes to go beyond her artistic background and further increase her knowledge on urban studies, which she believes will strengthen her ambition to not only become an architect and urban designer, but to also be active in writing about social issues and urban theories.