Preston Ferraiuolo

Undergraduate '26
EU Program Undergraduate Fellow

Preston Ferraiuolo is a member of the class of 2026, intending to major in Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA). He is also considering a minor in history and a certificate in Contemporary European Politics and Society. Preston is involved in numerous political organizations on campus, including Model U.N., the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, the Alexander Hamilton Society, and he writes for The Daily Princetonian. His research interests include municipal and State-level policy issues in his native New York, international maritime and aviation law, immigration policy, trans-Atlantic relations, and political history. He is particularly interested in the future of relations, post-Brexit, between the United Kingdom and the European Union. His hobbies include plane-spotting commercial airliners, boating in New York Harbor, and watching debates in British Parliament. Speaking with a distinctively Brooklynese accent, Preston is from an Italian-American family and proud to be from Brooklyn, New York.