The Gould Center stresses a high level of interaction between students and faculty. In that aim, the Center has student managers dedicated to promoting its mission, as well as a Student Advisory Board which aims to guide the direction of the Center. The Center also funds the work of Student Research Assistants, who assist faculty on humanistic research projects.
Dina rosin (she/her/hers)
Dina Rosin was born and raised in Bernardsville, New Jersey, though she is already partial to the Southern California sunshine. Dina is a junior majoring in Philosophy and Public Affairs with a sequence in Human Rights, and spent her spring 2018 semester studying abroad in Rabat, Morocco. At the Gould Center, Dina manages the institute’s social media accounts, and hopes to expand faculty-student interaction within the humanities. Dina spent last summer as a policy intern at the National Low Income Housing Coalition in Washington, D.C. Outside of the Gould, Dina is the campus policy editor at the Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy, and is a First Year Guide. In her free time, Dina can be found swimming, telling corny jokes, and embarrassingly, listening to country music.
Grace Kelleher (she/her/hers)
Grace Kelleher is a junior from Wilton, Connecticut studying Literature and Philosophy at CMC. Grace is passionate about expanding the presence of the humanities on our campus and is most excited about working with our student advisory board to create engaging and inclusive programming and events at the Gould Center. When Grace is not at the Gould, you will most likely find her reading a book with an iced latte in-hand at the Motley or doing the NYT crossword at the Scripps pool. Last summer, she worked in Brooklyn, NY at a literary agency editing manuscripts, researching bestseller trends, and working on marketing plans.
Jack Gleiberman (He/Him/His)
Jack Gleiberman is from sunny Los Angeles, California. He is a senior studying Philosophy, Politics, & Economics (PPE) and Philosophy (and he knows it’s redundant!). At the Gould, Jack manages the website and is best known for his advocacy in favor of humanities-themed mixers; he is very much looking forward to expanding thoughtful dialogue on campus through the Center’s programming and speaker series. In his free time, Jack enjoys a good cup of coffee, watching and talking about films, and searching for the best new vegan food in LA. Jack spent the previous summer interning as an investigator at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, and he intends to pursue a career in criminal defense.
Student Advisory board
Photography Credit: Alicia Tsai, CMC ‘19