Multimedia JournalistMichelle is a multimedia journalist focusing on global humanitarian and environmental issues. She is a graduate student in the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada-Reno. Her graduate work focuses on food security, agriculture and building community through their intersection. In 2008, Michelle received dual undergraduate degrees from the University of Nevada-Reno in French language and culture and International Affairs. She grew up in rural Nevada but has spent time living in many places across the United States and the world, including Belgium, France, Australia, and South Korea. In addition to her teaching assistantship, Michelle researches regional and global water scarcity in her work at News Deeply, a media and technology firm focused on improving understanding around complex, global issues.
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The Shafik Gabr Collection Videos
- London Launch Event 2012
- Washington Launch Event 2012
- New York Morning Launch Event 2012
- New York Launch Event 2012
- Meeting of Egyptian Fellows in Cairo 2013
- Meeting in New Haven, USA 2013
- Egyptian Program 2013
- US Program 2013
- Oct 30, 2013 First Class Gabr Fellows Special Event
- Oct 30, 2013 First Class Gabr Fellows Special Event (2)
- 2014 Egyptian Program
- 2014 American Program
- MEI Visionary Award 2014
- 2015 Egyptian Program
- 2015 American Program
- 2015 Visits
- The De Paul Award at Saint Vincent
- The Peacebuilder Award at Drew
- Capitol Hill Book Launch May 2016
- US Program 2016
- 2016 Art of Dialogue Reception
- 2016 Egypt Program
- 2016 Fellowship Reception at ARTOC
These blogs are written by Gabr Fellows. To see the full list of blogs click here.