Aniket Kesari was a student in the School of Arts and Sciences (Class of 2014) and majored in political science and history. In addition to being a Gardner Fellow, he was also a FIGS Peer Instructor, an Eagleton Undergraduate Associate, and a Kneller Fellow. He was also a co-principal investigator on the World of Whistleblowing research project in the political science department. His main on-campus involvement was with the Institute for Domestic and International Affairs (IDIA), where he was the Executive Director of Rutgers Model Congress 2013. In this role, he created the conference theme, "Constitutionalism in the Information Age" and is now going to study constitutional law and technology at the University of California Berkeley's Jurisprudence and Social Policy PhD program.