I would like to acknowledge all the support I’ve received from the faculty, fellows, and my classmates in this program. I’m grateful for the opportunities it has given me to learn, including trips to London and Washington DC alongside multiple lectures and events. I have been challenged to question, explore, and reach my full intellectual potential. Overall, I am happy to say that I have Dared to Know!
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