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Class of 2019 First-Year Fellow: Michael Everett

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At Dartmouth, Michael Everett ’19 is studying biological sciences and government, focusing on the intersection between biological factors and conflict and development.

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Michael Everett ’19 comes from Los Angeles, California and graduated as valedictorian from Chaminade College Preparatory. At Dartmouth, Michael plans to study biological sciences and government focusing on the intersection between biological factors and conflict and development.

As a First-Year Fellow, Michael worked at the Charles Group, a government consulting firm, under the mentorship of Bobby Charles ’82.

“I found my fellowship experience rewarding,” says Michael, “because although I was researching many of the same topics I was studying back at Dartmouth, I got to conduct my work in the epicenter of the global security environment.”

While in DC, Michael also continued his involvement in a government department research project on genocide at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in DC over the summer.

At Dartmouth, Michael is co-chair of the Mountaineering Club, an athlete on the Competitive Climbing Team, a War and Peace Fellow, and a senior editor of World Outlook, Dartmouth’s Undergraduate Journal of International Relations. He spent this past winter break studying biological anthropology in South Africa.

After graduation Michael plans on working abroad, possibly joining the Peace Corps, before pursuing higher degrees in biology, public policy, or international relations. 

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