Noah Eshaghpour-Silberman

Undergraduate '26
EU Program Undergraduate Fellow

Noah Eshaghpour-Silberman is a sophomore studying in the School of Public and International Affairs. He is interested in forming cross cultural links between local and global spheres to create an interconnected citizenry. Noah’s focus centers on the right to self-determination through the electoral process, renewable energy and the role of geopolitical forces in aviation. He spent the past summer in Barcelona crafting policy recommendations for the expansion of Barcelona–El Prat Airport and has previously conducted extensive research on redistricting in the United States. Noah is interested in uncovering connections between the United States and Europe with an emphasis on comparisons between California and Romantic Europe. He serves as an International Policy Associate for the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination, the New College West College Council and as founding president of the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Jewish Alliance. Noah speaks English, Farsi, Spanish and is learning Italian.