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Julianne Meneses (CAS ’25) Awarded Education and Social Justice Research Fellowship

Julianne Meneses, a JUPS junior, has been awarded the esteemed Education and Social Justice (ESJ) Fellowship. This fellowship is renowned for allowing students to delve deeply into innovative educational initiatives, concentrating specifically on the work of Jesuit secondary and post-secondary institutions. Under faculty guidance, the ESJ Fellowship empowers students to conduct thorough examinations of educational practices. Through IRB-approved interviews, careful analysis of best practices, and the dissemination of reports, fellows have the opportunity to share their insights with a broader global audience. Julianne hopes to integrate her passion towards immigration and migration studies into her research that will be done abroad this upcoming summer.