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GSP Journal

Visit the Global Scholars Program Journal to experience the presentations our students give, the papers they write, the issues they care about, and the change that they make.

 

Our Editors

FRANCINE MORIGUCHI, HEAD EDITOR

Hello! My name is Francine Moriguchi and I am a senior majoring in Microbiology. Also, I am a second year member of GSP and currently contribute as a Special Project Lead, working specifically on The GSP Journal! As an individual hoping to become a well-rounded future doctor, I joined GSP in order to cultivate my knowledge concerning social justice and present global issues. Entering my second year as a GSP member, I decided to join the GSP Journal Editorial Board because I believe that it is a wonderful platform where GSP members may initiate dialogue based on social issues that connect to them personally. Based on the interesting articles created in past years, I am excited to see what our diverse current GSPers will create!

As a fun fact, in my free time I love to play with my cat, crochet, drink some quality hot chocolate, and watch The Great British Baking Show.

 

 

 

 

 

MERCY KIAMBUTHI, HEAD EDITOR

Hi! My name is Mercy Kiambuthi. I am a junior majoring in Neuroscience with a minor in International Studies. I joined the GSP journal to learn more about what it takes to make a journal. I’m excited to learn from the GSP community! A fun fact about myself is I do not know how to ride a bike. I know, it’s sad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAGGIE LI, PEER EDITOR

Hi! My name is Maggie and I am currently a sophomore in LSA majoring in biomolecular science. After undergrad i am hoping to go to medical school and pursue a career as a pediatrician. I love gaining new perspectives through other people’s thoughts and ideas which is why I joined and love being part of the GSP journal editorial board!

 

 

 

 

ZOE WEBKING, PEER EDITOR

 Hi! My name is Zoe and I am a Junior studying Economics and History. I joined the GSP Editorial Board because I enjoy writing a great deal. It has always been a hobby of mine, but I’ve never had the opportunity to review other people’s writing in a more formal setting. Being a part of the journal allows me the opportunity to improve my own writing while helping others- it’s the best of both worlds. A fun fact about me is that I have a twin brother named Isaac, but he’s an MSU fan which is the ultimate betrayal.