The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Student Program Assistants

Rockefeller Student Profile Highlights: Manav Raj '15

During the break, we are taking the time to appreciate the many student program assistants and students of the Policy Research Shop that help the Rockefeller Center run smoothly. Without the support and time of these students, many of our public programs would not harbor the same impact and outreach that currently exists for Dartmouth students. This series of posts will document the daily tasks of these students, what they do, and anything else they care to share about their experiences. Today we have Manav Raj, a member of the class of 2015 pursuing an Economics major with a possible Public Policy or Sociology minor.

What are you involved in on campus?
I'm a news writer for The Dartmouth and I play in the Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble. I joined the 2012 Tri-Kap pledge class and I'll be the philanthropy chair for this coming winter term.

Rockefeller Student Assistant Profile: Nick Judson '14

During the break, we are taking the time to appreciate the many student program assistants that help the Rockefeller Center run smoothly. Without the support and time of these students, many of our programs would not yield the same impact and outreach that currently exists for Dartmouth students. This series of posts will document the daily tasks of student program assistants, what they do, and anything else they care to share about their experiences. Today we have Nick Judson, a member of the class of 2014 pursuing an Economics major with a minor in Markets, Management, and the Economy through the Sociology Department. 

   What are you involved in on campus?
I am currently a Student Assistant at the Rockefeller Center, President of the Ivy Council, Finance & Strategy Director of The Dartmouth, and member of Psi Upsilon Fraternity

Rockefeller Student Assistant Profile: Joshua Schiefelbein '14

During the break, we are taking the time to appreciate the many student program assistants that help the Rockefeller Center run smoothly. Without the support and time of these students, many of our programs would not yield the same impact and outreach that currently exists for Dartmouth students. This series of posts will document the daily tasks of student program assistants, what they do, and anything else they care to share about their experiences. Today we have Joshua Schiefelbein, a member of the class of 2014 pursuing a Russian Area Studies major. 

 
What are you involved in on campus?
I am currently affiliated with the Phi Tau Co-educational Fraternity, the Edgerton Episcopal Center, the Marching Band, Sport Business @ Dartmouth, and the Dartmouth Chamber Orchestra.

Rockefeller Student Profile Highlights: Michael Sanchez '13

During the break, we are taking the time to appreciate the many student program assistants and students of the Policy Research Shop that help the Rockefeller Center run smoothly. Without the support and time of these students, many of our public programs would not harbor the same impact and outreach that currently exists for Dartmouth students. This series of posts will document the daily tasks of these students, what they do, and anything else they care to share about their experiences. Today we have Michael Sanchez, a member of the class of 2013 pursuing an Economics Modified with Public Policy and a Government Minor.

What are you involved in on campus?
I have been working for the PRS for a little over 2 years, including one term for class credit, and have worked on about 8 different projects. I am also a member of the investment committee for the Dartmouth Investment and Philanthropy Program (DIPP). For a little over two years I have been a member of Zeta Psi fraternity, where I currently serve as the social chair. 

Rockefeller Student Assistant Profile: Maryna Marchanka

This winter break, we are taking the time to appreciate the many student program assistants that help the Rockefeller Center run smoothly. Without the support and time of these students, many of our programs would not yield the same impact and outreach that currently exists for Dartmouth students. This series of posts will document the daily tasks of student program assistants, what they do, and anything else they care to share about their experiences. The first student to be featured is Maryna (Marina) Marchanka, a graduate student pursuing a Masters of Arts in Liberal Studies.

What are you involved in on campus?
I am currently a Rockefeller Center Program Assistant, a Baker-Berry Library Student Manager, and a Feldberg Library Student Assistant.

What is your position at Rocky? If you have held other positions, what have they been? 
I've been involved with Rocky's Global Leadership Program (RGLP) since January 2012. I've assisted with the direction of the program, including the design of the pilot program, and as a GLP facilitator.

Student Discussion Groups Begin This Week

Student-led and organized, our discussion groups are available for students looking for opportunities to engage in meaningful discussions outside of the classroom.  All discussions include dinner, and except as noted (PoliTALK dinners with special guests, for example) do not require prior commitment or sign up.

Space is limited, and if you have any questions - please contact the group directly.  You can also contact the student leaders:

First Year Forum
Sam Marullo '13
Kali Montecalvo '13

PoliTALK
Catherine O'Sullivan '14
Stephanie McFeeters '15

Rocky VoxMasters
Jacob Hickson '13
Shoshana Silverstein '15

Rocky Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership (RBEL)
George Philipose '15
Katelyn Walker '14

Introducing Our Spring Student Staff at the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy at Dartmouth

Rockefeller Center Spring Student Staff

Our student staff is an integral part of our daily operations at the Rockefeller Center, working on a variety of projects from leading our student discussion groups to promoting our wide variety of student opportunities and public programs. Read below to learn more about our student assistants for the spring term.

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