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Latika Young

 

 

Latika Young
Interim Director
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Latika Young

Latika Young is the Interim Director of Florida State University's Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement. She received a BA in Dance and Environmental Studies from Swarthmore College, an MA in American Dance Studies from FSU, and an EdM in International Educational Development from Columbia University’s Teachers College. After completing a Fulbright in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 2008-2009, she received a Foreign Language Acquisition Scholarship to study Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian at Columbia University and a Critical Language Scholarship to study Turkish in Bursa, Turkey in 2011. Her research is primarily focused on Southeast Europe and Turkey, peace/post-conflict education, and artistic practices for social change, and her master’s thesis examined how museums function in the reconciliation process within Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Jhunu Chatterjee

 

 

Jhunu Chatterjee
Associate Director
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Jhunu Chatterjee

Jhunu Chatterjee serves as the Associate Director of Florida State University’s Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement and also as an affiliated faculty member in the High Performance Materials Institute. She has a Ph. D in Polymer Science and Engineering from the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India . With more than fifteen years of research experience in the area of Materials Science and Nanotechnology for Biomedical Applications, she is now dedicated to engaging undergraduate students at Florida State University in novel areas of research. Jhunu has worked in private industry both in India as well as in East Africa, and has more than 25 papers in peer-reviewed journals and four US patents. Her detailed resume can be found here.

Alicia Batailles

 

 

Alicia Batailles
Assistant Director
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Alicia Batailles

Alicia Batailles serves as the Assistant Director of Florida State University’s Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement. She earned a BS in Biological Science from Florida State University and an MS in Marine and Atmospheric Sciences from Stony Brook University. Her research has taken her around the country investigating marine disease in Apalachicola Bay and the Atlantic Ocean as well as Reef Fish Ecology off the coast of Florida. Alicia is passionate about helping other students experience the excitement of participating in undergraduate research. 

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