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Shivonne Logan

Shivonne Logan
Graduation Year
Awards Won:
The Donald and Robin Kennedy Undergraduate Award

Shivonne is a senior majoring in International Relations with a minor in Middle Eastern Languages, Literature, and Culture on the Arabic Language track. She participated in a program called Seeds of Peace in high school as a US delegate, engaging in dialogue with students from Israel, Palestine, and other Middle Eastern locations, and decided to study the conflict and work with it in her career. She became interested in women and peace theory while on a non-Stanford study abroad at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and wrote her honors thesis through the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law under the direction of Dr. Lisa Blaydes. She speaks Arabic and has finished Ulpan Aleph in Hebrew, and will be spending the next year on the CASA I program studying Arabic in Jordan.

She received the Donald and Robin Kennedy Undergraduate Award in 2019 for her thesis "Women and Peace: From Theory to Practice in Israel” written under Dr. Lisa Blaydes.