Michelle Nedashkovskaya

Former EU Program Affiliates
Undergraduate '16
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Michelle Nedashkovskaya is a politics major pursuing certificates in European cultural studies, contemporary European politics and society, and German language and culture at Princeton University. In summer 2014, she served as an intern for the geoeconomics department at the Council on Foreign Relations, where she conducted archival research in Russian and German for an upcoming book re-examining the history of the Marshall Plan. Nedashkovskaya also served as a virtual research intern for the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, employing her language ability and familiarity with Russian culture to aid U.S. diplomats by conducting research on human rights violations and issues relevant to U.S. foreign policy. At Princeton, she is a fellow in the Program on Religion, Diplomacy, and International Relations with the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination, and has recently been accepted into the 2016 cohort of SINSI Scholars.