Two St. John’s University juniors have been awarded Public
Policy and International Affairs Program (PPIA) Fellowships to
prepare for graduate study in the field by attending the 2013 Junior Summer
Institute (JSI) at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public
and International Affairs.
Shama Ams ’14C and Ariyo Adekeji Ojagbamila ’14C are among only
35 undergraduates selected for the fellowship from a nationwide
pool of 492 applicants. The seven-week summer program prepares
outstanding students for graduate work in public policy and
international affairs and, ultimately, leadership roles in those
The Woodrow Wilson School has hosted the Junior Summer Institute
since 1985. It is sponsored by PPIA, a not-for-profit organization
with a consortium of more than 30 participating graduate programs
in public policy and international affairs. Students who complete
the fellowship join a network of nearly 4,000 alumni.
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