Sade Campbell, 2012, United States

On collaboration and teamwork: Fletcher is unique in comparison to similar programs because of the bonds that Fletcher students build with one another. This makes collaboration and teamwork feel very natural outside of the classroom. For most of my classes, my study group partners quickly became my friends. This not only allows us to hold one another accountable and be straightforward with one another in group meetings, but makes studying much more exciting and enjoyable.

On Fletcher’s international community: Fletcher has broadened my global perspective in more ways than I could have imagined. Fletcher courses, lectures, and most importantly the students at Fletcher have in a sense, brought the world to me. In class, I am surrounded by students from all over the world.  In the hallways, I hear many different languages while walking from one class to another.  In my social life, I spend time with people that I would never have met under normal circumstances in my Washington, D.C. life. Fletcher has shown me that the world has so much to offer, and it is a privilege to be in an environment where I'm constantly gaining knowledge about global issues from a number of different perspectives.

Favorite magazine:

The Economist

Favorite blog (entertainment):

dlisted.com (celebrity gossip)

Experience when you felt the farthest from home:

Spending Christmas in Amman, Jordan without my family

Most interesting person you have met at Fletcher:

Classmate who served two tours with the Army in Iraq

Favorite lecture attended:

Ambassador Stephen W. Bosworth - "Dealing with North Korea: A Current Snapshot"

Fields of Study

  • International Security Studies
  • United States

Activities involved in at Fletcher

  • Fletcher Christian Fellowship
  • Africana Club
  • Institute for Global Leadership (Tufts)

Education before Fletcher

  • BA, Political Science, Tufts University

Languages

  • Spanish
  • English