Noah James

EU Program Undergraduate Fellow
Undergraduate '25

Noah James (he/him) is a member of the Class of 2025 at Princeton University, majoring in Public & International Affairs with a focus on human rights policy and international organizations. Originally from Austria, he is pursuing certificates in Contemporary European Politics & Society and the History & Practice of Diplomacy. Noah also serves as a research assistant studying European far-right parties and their effect on foreign policy and interns at the Bridging Divides Initiative, focusing on political violence and election monitoring in the United States. He has previously worked for the Danish Institute for Human Rights, where he engaged with economic actors on their social responsibilities in line with the UN Guiding Principles, and will be spending the summer of 2023 interning for the UN Special Representative on Children & Armed Conflict. On campus, Noah conducts research for the Princeton Asylum Project, volunteers with the Pace Center's Service Focus program, and serves as the Executive Director of the Coffee Club, a student-run business with two cafe locations in Princeton.