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Student Spotlight: Paolo Maranzana

Originally from Italy, Paolo Maranzana earned his master’s degree in the UK and came to the University of Michigan with an already-established international point of view. As an aspiring scholar of archeology, he wanted to go somewhere on the cutting edge of the field, an institution that could support his research ideas and his desire to teach. He had a specific interest in Roman cities, and he knew there were at least four faculty members at U-M who were already working closely with the kind of research he hoped to conduct.

Student Spotlight: Seda Kayim

Seda Kayim has literally crossed oceans in pursuit of education in the face of adversity. Originally from Turkey, Seda experienced, first hand, the impact of the restrictions the government placed on academic institutions, as well as the authoritative pursuit of urban projects, despite public opposition. She worked as an architectural journalist and media producer after graduating with her B.Sc. and M.Sc.

400 Miles in Their Shoes

Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Anna Antoniou circumnavigated Cyprus on foot to take steps toward understanding what brings the divided island together.

Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Anna Antoniou circumnavigated Cyprus on foot to take steps toward understanding what brings the divided island together.

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