EWU McNair Scholar Wendolyn Martinez Accepted by Fourth Masters Program

Wendolyn Martinez Graduate School Acceptances 2021 AU

Congratulations to EWU McNair Scholar Wendolyn Martinez!


Wendolyn has been accepted by the Masters of International Affairs program at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, a graduate college at Texas A&M American University. They awarded Wendolyn a competitive scholarship and instate tuition for her first year. This is in addition to being accepted by the Masters in Public Policy program at Pepperdine University with a full tuition scholarship, the International Relations Masters program at American University, and by the dual Masters degree from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies and Moscow State Institute of International Relations where she also received a substantial scholarship rewarding her excellent academic background and specialization in the field. Wendolyn has decided to attend the Bush School where she will focus on nuclear security.

Wendolyn is double majoring in Political Science and International Affairs at Eastern and is dedicated to following her family's tradition of serving their country. In her case, she plans to go into foreign service where she hopes to decrease nuclear proliferation and increase peace and security in the world. In her 2019 EWU McNair Summer Research Internship, under the mentorship of Dr. Dorothy Zielser-Vralsted, Wendolyn studied interwar propaganda within the US and USSR relating to public works projects. Then in the fall of 2019 she studied abroad, with the help of the Gilman International Scholarship, at the prestigious Moscow State University in Moscow, Russia where she studied Russian language, history, and political economy. In the summer of 2020 she participated in the Public Policy & International Affairs Junior Summer Internship (PPIA JSI) through the University of Michigan.


The EWU McNair staff are so excited for Wendolyn and we know she'll do amazing things in graduate school and beyond! Click here to read more about Wendolyn or her research.

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