Undergraduate interns study policy in Paris through this selective program.
Philanthropists James W. Crownover, far left, and Molly Crownover, far right, with the IFRI internship class of 2011. From left, the Rice University students are Chris Keller, Devin Glick and Navtej Dhaliwal.
The Baker Institute's internship program with the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) combines policy experience in a foreign arena with the strong mentorship program offered by Leadership Rice.
- Chris Keller
IFRI intern 2011
IFRI interns spend the summer in Paris studying policy in areas such as energy and environmental issues, Africa studies, and U.S. relations. Read a letter from James W. Crownover '66 about why he supports the IFRI student internship program and find out how to get involved.
Abby Marcus '14 — "Liberality of Legal and Moral Citizenship: A Comparative Study."
Mariel Rodriguez '13 — "The Social and Economic Impacts of Clean Energy Technology Exportation."
Chris Keller '13 — "Kanal Istanbul: Pipedream or Politics?"
Devin Glick '12 — "A Look at the IEA 2011 Release of Strategic Oil Reserves"
Navtej Dhaliwal '13 — "U.S. Demographics: The Hispanic Boom"
Jingyuan LuoChristoph Meyer — "2020 and Beyond: 2050 in Light of the Copenhagen Accord" and "Carbon Dioxide Emissions: 17 Years and Still Talking"
Tam T. Nguyen — Summer experience outline