The University of Pennsylvania
Majors: Bachelor of Science, Economics; Bachelor of Arts, Political Science
Language: French (Conversational), Spanish (Elementary)
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office (Advanced), JMP
Saxon Bryant is a freshman at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is studying Economics with a concentration in business economics and public policy, and political science. He is currently interested in trade, foreign policy, and international law. He has worked in the past with the Colorado Youth Advisory Council, advising state legislators on various public policy projects. On campus he is involved with the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative as Head of Publication and the Penn Undergraduate Law Journal as an associate editor. He is also conducting research with a professor into power-sharing political systems and creating the first global database of secessions and partitions during 1900-2000.
Currently, Saxon is a project lead for the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program led by Dr. James McGann at the University of Pennsylvania and the Foreign Policy Research Institute. He leads a team of research interns in putting together a literature review on the current status of food and water security. In this capacity he manages and edits the research of other interns in reviewing academic scholarship, government reports, and think tank publications surrounding food and water access worldwide.
Available for internships May 2018
To Speak with Saxon, please contact Dr. McGann