BBI honors graduating research assistants and interns
May 27, 2014
The Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University congratulates seven research assistants and interns who graduated in May including Intern Michael Hacker, and Research Assistants Alessandra Baldini, Jenna Furman, Angel Baker, Daniel Butler, Jonathan Schutrum, and Michelle Fecio. During a luncheon May 20, the students were recognized for their contributions. 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.
Top Left: Kelly Bunch, Law & Policy Associate, Brittney Hodnik, Law Clerk, Peter Blanck, BBI Chairman
Top Right: Kelly Bunch, Angel Baker, Research Assistant, Peter Blanck
Bottom Left: Kelly Bunch, Alessandra Baldini, Research Assistant, Peter Blanck
Alessandra Baldini, B.A. Latin American Studies, M.P.A., J.D.
Angel Baker, B.A. Criminal Justice, J.D.
Daniel Butler, B.A., History, J.D.
Michelle Fecio, B.A., Music Industry, J.D.
Jenna Furman, B.A., English Literature, J.D.
Jonathan Schutrum, B.A., International Affairs. J.D.
Michael Hacker, B.A. Psychology & Political Science
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