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Joseph Singh '14 Named the Presidential Fellow for the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress

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Congratulations to Joseph Singh '14, who has been selected as the 2013-2014 Presidential Fellow for the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress.

About Joseph:
Joseph Singh is a junior pursuing a major in Government and a minor in Public Policy. He is from Toronto, Canada and graduated from the Lester B. Pearson United World College of the Pacific in Victoria, BC, where he attended on full scholarship. At Dartmouth, Joseph is a member of the Dartmouth Aires, works as a writing tutor in the Student Center for Research Writing and Information Technology (RWIT) and is a War and Peace Fellow at the Dickey Center. He is currently a James O. Freedman Presidential Scholar in government, conducting research on triggers of genocide and mass killing. Joseph has interned at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Policy Directions Inc., a D.C.-based lobbying firm. This past summer, he completed an internship for New American Security, where he contributed to research on an array of defense policy topics, including the strategic implications of emerging drone technology. His writing has appeared in Foreign Policy and TIME. This past fall, he studied abroad at the London School of Economics and Political Science on the Government foreign study program. 
About the Award:Each year, the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center works with the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress in Washington, D.C. to enable one student from Dartmouth to participate in a unique fellowship program from the Dartmouth campus, as well as through attending two separate conferences in Washington, D.C. Their goal is to develop a new generation of national leaders committed to public service.The program offers 85 select undergraduates and graduate students from leading colleges and universities a unique opportunity to study the U.S Presidency, the public policymaking process, and our Chief Executive's relations with Congress, allies, the media, and the American public, through on-campus research and off-campus conference participation.

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