Adam is a senior in the School of Foreign Service from Stoughton, Massachusetts and is majoring in Science, Technology, and International Affairs. Adam has always had a passion to explore the world and his love for international relations began when he was young. Adam’s interest for research stems from his freshman proseminar, Youth in the Arab World, in which he explored sociology and ethnography. His final project for the class focused on effects of secularism for French Muslims and possible improvements for migrant integration in Western Europe. With Professor Edelstein, Adam is researching the ways in which migration affects foreign policy decisions. In the future, he plans to research the growing implications of Chinese counter terrorism efforts. When not in class, Adam sings in the Capital G’s, a coed A cappella group on campus, fences on the school’s club fencing team, and participates in Jewish life events.