2022 Summer Program Fellows

We are delighted to announce that the 2022 CNS Summer Undergraduate Fellowship will take place in a hybrid regime, with 10 out of 12 fellows on-site at our office in Monterey!

Fellows will participate in a series of lectures in the fields of nonproliferation, disarmament, and arms control. They will also join ongoing CNS research projects and carry out independent research projects with CNS mentorship. This unique and innovative nonproliferation training program aligns with our Center’s goal of training future leaders to combat the spread of weapons of mass destruction. We are confident that this summer program will keep fellows safe and healthy while engaged in rigorous educational and research activities.

We are excited to welcome 12 outstanding and enthusiastic undergraduate fellows from all over the nation to CNS!

Check out final presentations by our fellows here!


Click on the individual images to learn more about them. 

Caroline Covey
Indiana University
International Studies & Slavic
East European Language and Culture
James Cummings
Middlebury College
Political Science
Deborah Delcid
Trinity Washington University
International Affairs and Political Science
Maria Espinola Moreno
Middlebury College
Economics and Political Science
William Fenimore
Middlebury College
International Politics and Economics
Jeanelle Garcia
University of Georgia
International Affairs
Gabrielle Henig
Pomona College
Politics, specialization in International Relations
Jennifer Kim
University of Michigan Ann Arbor
International Studies (International Security, Norms and Cooperation); Minor: Environment
Clara Masback
The College of William & Mary
International Relations
Leo McMahon
Brown University
International and Public Affairs (Security) and Classics (Greek and Latin)
Kyle Tucker
Indiana University
International Studies; Russian
Steven Zheng
Middlebury College
International Politics and Economics