Research Interns

Research interns work with the Political Violence Lab 30-40 hours per week during an off-term. Current and previous research interns are listed below.


                  Jack Jacobs


Jack ('21) is from Virginia Beach, Virginia. At Dartmouth College, he plans to major in Environmental Studies and minor in International Studies and Russian. Outside of the Political Violence Lab, he serves as a senior editor for the Dartmouth Law Journal and a campus tour guide. He was a member of the Dickey Center for International Understanding’s Great Issues Scholars program and part of the Global Village Living Learning Community. He recently completed Dartmouth’s Russian Language Study Abroad, an 8-week immersion in Russian language, society, and culture, where he attended classes taught at the State University of St. Petersburg and conducted a project on Russian energy usage. He is interested in environmental policy and its connection to foreign affairs.

               Justin Kramer

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Justin ('21) is from Palo Alto, California. At Dartmouth, he plans to major in Government or Quantitative Social Sciences and minor in Public Policy. In high school, he was involved in the TEDx club, his youth leadership group, and multiple sports. Outside of the Political Violence Lab, Justin is a captain and outreach chairman for a Dartmouth Ultimate Frisbee team, associate editor for the sports section of The Dartmouth newspaper, and President of the Random Acts of Kindness club. Last summer, Justin interned at the National Disability Institute in Washington D.C., where he participated in Congressional lobbying. In his free time, Justin loves to hike in the New Hampshire wilderness, root for his hometown San Francisco Giants in baseball, and hang out with friends on the Dartmouth Green.