Sarah Grace Shurden
Sarah Grace Shurden is a member of the Class of 2026 in the School of Foreign Service intending to major in International Politics with a concentration in International Security and a Korean language minor. As a biracial Korean American, Sarah Grace’s interest in international affairs stems from the discipline’s ability to meld together multiple identities and regions into one area of study. As a MURF she will be assisting Professor Christine Kim—a historian of modern Korea and scholar of Korean national identity—in her research. Outside of being a MURF, Sarah Grace is an editorial assistant for the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs and enjoys running and creative writing in her free time.