BBI Law Clerk Matthew Saleh to pursue Ph.D. at Columbia University
August 23, 2012
The Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University congratulates Law Clerk Matthew Saleh, who will be pursuing a Ph.D. in Politics & Education at Columbia University. Saleh, an alumnus of SU College of Law and the School of Education, plans to study issues in education finance reform and equality. SU law, graduate, and undergraduate students have been tremendous additions to BBI. More than 100 have made meaningful contributions to BBI, and have gained invaluable experience along the way.
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