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DUSP-PKG Fellowship: Allison Hannah Lee (G), Part III

Click to read Part I and Part II of Allison’s DUSP-PKG Fellowship experience. I have been engaged with this particular project since March 2021, but during the past summer months…

PKG Fellowships: Beatriz Aldereguia (G)

I began my career in social justice knocking on doors. In the summer of 2012, having just completed my sophomore year, I took a leave of absence from Wellesley College…

PKG Fellowships: Ben Hoyle (G), Part II

Click here to read Part I of Ben’s PKG Fellowships experience. The most significant progress since my last post has been through correspondences with others working in the same sector…

DUSP-PKG Fellowships: Allison Hannah Lee (G), Part II

Allison Hannah Lee is a Master in City Planning candidate at MIT, focused on design and development. During summer 2021 she is partnering with the Community Foundation of North Central…

PKG Fellowships: Ben Hoyle (G), Part I

Ben Hoyle just completed his Master in Architecture at MIT. During summer 2021, he is piloting Kivuli, a social enterprise he co-founded in Nairobi which is focused on supporting workers in the…

DUSP-PKG Fellowships: Allison Hannah Lee, Part I

Allison Hannah Lee is a Master in City Planning candidate at MIT, focused on design and development. During summer 2021 she is partnering with the Community Foundation of North Central…

PKG Fellow Awele Uwagwu (’21) featured in MIT News

Growing up, Awele Uwagwu’s view of energy was deeply influenced by the oil and gas industry. He was born and raised in Port Harcourt, a city on the southern coast…

PKG Summer Fellows: Summer 2021

We are pleased to announce and congratulate our Summer 2021 PKG Fellows! Read about their work below and keep an eye out on the PKG blog for updates over the…

PKG Fellowships Alumni Profile: Kiara Wahnschafft (’21)

To read the full story on MIT News, click here. Kiara Wahnschafft started her first company at age 16. After her classmate passed away from a drunk driving accident, Wahnschafft…

Two PKG Center students named 2021 Truman Scholars

MIT students Yu Jing Chen and Max Williamson have been selected as 2021 Truman Scholars. Truman Scholars demonstrate outstanding leadership potential, a commitment to a career in government or the…