Ronan is an undergraduate student in his fourth year at Princeton University. He is an independent concentrator in Linguistics and is receiving a certificate in Translation and Intercultural Communication. His primary areas of research have been sociolinguistics and phonology, and his language study has included Spanish, French, Polish, and Persian. He spent the past summer with the UN World Food Programme in Ecuador, utilizing his language skills for Communications. Additionally, he has worked as a Spanish-English translator on commission. He especially enjoys literary translation and his translations of poetry have been published in the Nassau Literary Review. Ronan also serves as a peer educator and counselor on campus and has an interest in clinical psychology.
Undergraduate Award Overall & Programme Winner in 2015
University: Princeton University
Category: Languages & Linguistics
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