A Fletcher education is highly customizable, and each student may decide on a different academic trajectory to suit his or her own professional and academic goals. To get a better sense of how these individual curricular decisions can play out, we asked recent students in their final semester to talk about their goals, their classes, and the decisions made during their Fletcher career. Meet Mark:
International Admissions Counselor, Wake Forest University
Fulbright Fellow, Andorra
Fields of Study
International Negotiations and Conflict Resolution
Role of Religion in International Affairs (Self-designed)
Recalibrating Development: Proposing a Framework for State-driven Diaspora Development
Post-Fletcher Professional Goals
I have a particular interest in working in US-African relations and learning better ways to coordinate diplomatic affairs with civil society. At the moment, I would like to serve as an employee of the US government, but am open to working in other sectors if a position opens up which furthers my professional and personal goals.
Read about Mark's curricular path.