Max Horder, GS, ANT

Position
University Administrative Fellow
Bio/Description

I'm a fourth year graduate student working on Brexit and populism in the United Kingdom, where I am currently based. Whilst conducting fieldwork, I love growing my network and learning from other Princeton alums here in Europe who have gone in exciting directions.

I recently completed a University Administrative Fellowship with the Keller Center, where my mentor was Cornelia Huellstrunk, and I worked on generating graduate student engagement with entrepreneurship and design. I'm currently affiliated with the GradFUTURES team at the Graduate School, where my current UAF involves helping to collect GradSTORIES and organizing events for students.

"My experience of the UAF program has been transformational: it has equipped me with the skillset I need to translate my academic training into proficiencies valued in many different industries. The Fellowship has given me a much wider perspective of my potential as a graduate student and unlocked a whole new dimension to the investment I am making at Princeton.

William Blake sums it up: "The true method of knowledge is experiment."

I have participated in the following GradFUTURES Programs:  University Administrative Fellowship Program; GradFUTURES Social Impact Fellowship Program