Splash Biography

KYNZIE CLARK, Yale senior studying Political Science

Major: Political Science & Russian

College/Employer: Yale

Year of Graduation: 2022

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Kynzie is very passionate about international human rights problems and hopes to pursue them after her schooling as a human rights attorney. She'll be graduating from Yale College in 2022 and looks forward to sharing her passions with other students.

Past Classes

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E4448: Syrian Refugee Crisis & Rotary in Sprout Fall 2021 (Oct. 02 - 16, 2021)
This course will explore the history of the Syrian Refugee Crisis from the Arab Spring to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Key themes include civil war, the state, refugees, human rights, and public health.

A4449: Syrian Refugee Crisis & Rotary in Splash Fall 2021 (Nov. 13, 2021)
This course covers the history of the Syrian Refugee Crisis from the Arab Spring to the COVID-19 pandemic today. Key themes of the course include civil war, statehood/statelessness, human rights, refugees, and public health.

A4362: Syrian Refugee Crisis in Splash Spring 2021 (Apr. 24, 2021)
This course will follow the Syrian refugee crisis from the Arab Spring to today. We'll be talking about the heart of the problem, the impact it has on people, and what there is to be done about it.

A4313: Syrian Refugee Crisis in Splash Fall 2020 (Nov. 14, 2020)
This course describes the Syrian Refugee Crisis with special attention to the COVID-19 pandemic and intervention. We will discuss the history, impact, and politics of the crisis as well as effective ways to engage.

X3971: Yale Rotaract: The Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Splash Fall 2019 (Nov. 16, 2019)
In this course, members of the Yale Rotaract club will give a detailed overview of the current Rohingya refugee crisis: the mass migration of the Rohingya ethnic group from Myanmar, escaping a government-organized genocide. Moreover, members will specifically describe the efforts that the Yale Rotaract club is currently undertaking in fundraising and providing medical relief for these refugees, its collaborations with other international clubs/NGOs, and how every one in the class can get involved and make a positive contribution.