New Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholar at Georgetown University
Congratulations to Lianne Canarick for being awarded the 2021 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship for Georgetown University Master of Science in Foreign Service.
Lianne Canarick joins the Hinrich Foundation family as 2021 Hinrich Global Trade Leader scholarship recipient for Georgetown University Master of Science in Foreign Service. The scholarship is awarded to young professionals passionate about advancing global trade while balancing economic growth, societal enhancement and environmental stewardship.
Lianne Canarick (United States)
Hinrich Global Trade Leader
Georgetown Master of Science in Foreign Service, Class of 2023
“Through the Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship, I look forward to exploring the interrelation between culture, policy and international development, while further advancing the positive impacts of sustainable global trade.”
Hinrich Foundation Program Director, Alex Boome, said: “Lianne is our second Global Trade Leader to study Georgetown’s Master of Science in Foreign Service. Its focus of providing a foundation that crosses critical disciplines of international relations, history, and economics, while offering preparation for professional careers serves as a great platform for our scholars to build upon for careers advancing global trade.”
About Georgetown University Master of Science in Foreign Service
Founded in 1789, Georgetown University is a private institution located in Washington, D.C., United States of America. It is a major international research university that embodies its founding principles in the diversity of students, faculty, and staff, commitment to justice and the common good, intellectual openness and international character.
The Master of Science of Foreign Service (MSFS) is offered under the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. It is the number one master’s program for International Affairs, according to Foreign Policy, 2018. It aims to prepare students for careers in international affairs in the public, private and non-profit sectors.
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