Archive 2019

The Empowerment Seascape of the Mediterranean by Vanessa DiDomenico (F’21)

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The Empowerment Seascape of the Mediterranean by Vanessa DiDomenico (F’21) Jun 17

This summer, I am spending three weeks in Greece conducting research to help in the creation of a maritime-centered, youth non-profit. The goal of the non-profit is to raise awareness about the industry, while finding roles for youth and young professionals to become more involved and empowered. During my time in Greece, I am interviewing various Greek shipowners, graduate students, and maritime professionals to gather data on ways that youth, ages fifteen to thirty, can become more engaged and involved in the maritime community.   To date, I have had the opportunity to attend several maritime networking events, including a Mediterranean shipping conference located two hours outside of Athens, in Costa Navarino. The conference provided a unique opportunity to interact with similar participants who share a passion for the maritime industry.

Jun 14

Exciting news! An IGL Board Member has offered a $100,000 MATCHING GIFT – a one-to-one match -- for all unrestricted gifts the IGL receives between NOW and JUNE 27, 2019, the end of our fiscal year.

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Help us hit the ground running in 2019-20!! The IGL’s reach is growing, based on student demand and the impact they hope to achieve in the world.

Jun 14

Welcome to India! By Jake Gould (A’22)

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As part of the ALLIES Joint Research Project (JRP) this summer, we have the opportunity to conduct research with the US Naval Academy in India.  Given the opportunity to work with a diverse group of students with a wide range of interests, our research topics span everywhere from health care in India, the Digital India project, and In