.blog-item-banner-image {display: none !important;} .collection-type-blog .entry-title {display: block !important;}

Madeline Stull

UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT MADELINE STULL, A  MILLENNIUM FELLOW FOR THE CLASS OF 2018.

Arizona State University l Arizona, USA l Advancing SDG 17  and UNAI Principle 10

Untitled design (9).png

"One reason I am excited to be a Millennium Fellow is the opportunity to interact and learn from the community of Fellows, present and past. Being part of something bigger than yourself is motivating and inspiring."

Millennium Fellowship Project

Madeline will be working with an on-campus publication to actualize her project titled Artistic Dialogue. Using art as a medium for respectful dialogue, she will work with the creative review to build relationships between the vast international student community and local students through interactive, artistic events and the opportunity to be published. Her main goal for these upcoming months is to build a strong community around their publication, with an emphasis on the excitement to build a work of art together. SDG 17, which is to promote just, peaceful, and inclusive societies, is built on their ability to put UNAI principle 10, which is a commitment to promoting inter-cultural dialogue and understanding, and the “unlearning” of intolerance through exposure, into practice. The publication and Madeline will work together to provide environments for the principle to take hold, thus allowing space for the SDG to develop.

About the Millennium Fellow

Madeline is a Junior studying Philosophy (Morality, Ethics, and Law) and History with a minor in Arabic Studies. She enjoys filling her days with reading, painting, and language learning. Academically, she is mainly interested in the intersection between identity and politics in relation to conflict resolution.

Connect with Madeline via Instagram and LinkedIn