Anaïs Voski (ENVS '19, Canada)
Anaïs studied political science and journalism at Carleton University and international relations at the University of Cambridge. Her research focuses on environmental security and peace-building, while her work at Farm Radio International (Ghana), the European Space Agency (Germany), and the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series in England centered on environmental politics and journalism, science communication and project management.
What’s your goal in life?
To make a positive contribution to the world. A friend once told me I’m not afraid to stand up for what is right even if it means going against the tide. If I see something wrong in the world, like climate change, I feel it’s my duty to do something about it.
Why did you choose ENVS/MESP?
To build the cross-disciplinary expertise in environmental sciences and politics needed for effective involvement in climate action.
What do you hope to gain at CEU?
Besides valuable skills and knowledge in my field, I hope to integrate into the CEU community. This scholarship will allow me to focus on my studies and student engagement. Thank you, donors!
During her studies at CEU, Anais has co-organized the first-ever CEU Environment Week. Check out the Student Space blog for more details.