Dietrich School Senior Named a Junior Fellow with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Patrick Farrell, a Dietrich School senior triple majoring in economics, political science, and Chinese, has been selected for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Junior Fellows Program. The Junior Fellows program is designed to provide substantive work experience for students interested in a career in international affairs. Junior Fellows work on Carnegie Endowment projects, such as non-proliferation, democracy building, economics, international security, and other affairs.

Farrell has had extensive experience in both China and Taiwan as a student at Fudan University and an intern at the American Institute in Taipei. He came to Pitt as a Chancellor’s Scholar, has received the Boren Scholarship and the Critical Language Scholarship, and maintains a 3.9 GPA. He serves as secretary on the executive committee for the Taiwan-America Student Conference and as an undergraduate teaching assistant. In addition to his triple major, Farrell is pursuing minors in French and philosophy, and a certificate in Asian studies.