Muhammad Salman Habib
Safia Noor Scholarship
Salman Habib is a rising senior at Harvard, where he is concentrating in Government with a secondary in Economics. Born and raised in Pakistan, he moved to Virginia where he completed his high school education.
At Harvard, Salman serves as Co-President of Harvard College Peace Action, a student organization that advocates a more peaceful and diplomacy-oriented United States foreign policy. He also serves as Co-Chair of Harvard Pakistan Forum and is involved with the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School.
Outside Harvard, Salman was a member of Global Consultation for World Humanitarian Summit where he helped in the development of a comprehensive humanitarian action plan. He has previously served as the Project Team Member for the United Nations Sustainable Energy for All Forum and has also worked with the Office of Senator Mark Warner at the United States Senate.
Salman is particularly interested in issues related to foreign policy and nuclear security. Currently, he is conducting policy research on the future of nuclear weapons, proliferation, and terrorism at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
Areas of interest
- US Politics