Daniel Brennan
MARS-REERS
Daniel’s interest in Slavic Languages began at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he eventually graduated as a dual major in Peace, War, and Defense and Russian Literature. Following graduation, Daniel entered the financial industry, where he focused on anti-money laundering and financial crimes. Most recently, Daniel was an English Language volunteer with the Peace Corps in Eastern Ukraine, a role that further fostered his interest in Slavic Studies, most specifically contemporary Ukrainian identity. As a student at Harriman, Daniel hopes to continue to improve his Russian Language as well as build upon his Ukrainian knowledge. His ultimate intent is to return to Ukraine to research Ukrainian nationalism and its role in self-determination and the present war.

Daniel’s interest in Slavic Languages began at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he eventually graduated as a dual major in Peace, War, and Defense and Russian Literature. Following graduation, Daniel entered the financial industry, where he focused on anti-money laundering and financial crimes. Most recently, Daniel was an English Language volunteer with the Peace Corps in Eastern Ukraine, a role that further fostered his interest in Slavic Studies, most specifically contemporary Ukrainian identity. As a student at Harriman, Daniel hopes to continue to improve his Russian Language as well as build upon his Ukrainian knowledge. His ultimate intent is to return to Ukraine to research Ukrainian nationalism and its role in self-determination and the present war.

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