Ioannis C. Lovoulos is a student in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program majoring in Political Science and minoring in Economics, Greek Modern Studies, and French. He has received the Chancellorship Scholarship for studying abroad in 2016 and he has received the SAS Academic Excellence Award for 2017. He is an active member of the Hellenic Cultural Association and was elected to the board this past spring as Secretary. He contributes to the “Voice of Greece”, which is part of Rutgers Radio - WRSU 88.7. In addition to supporting Hellenism on campus, he is a founding member of the “Poetries-Politics” exhibition, an effort that will be dedicated to displaying famous political poetry and celebrating the array of languages spoken and taught at Rutgers University. He is interested in foreign affairs, particularly related to European, Turkish, and Russian politics. This past summer he completed an internship at the Consulate General of Greece in New York City.
- Research Topic: Greek General Elections 2019: Why Play the Russia-Putin Card?