Major: Government and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
School: Dartmouth College
Reyad Allie is a member of the class of 2011 at Dartmouth College. At Dartmouth he is double majoring in Government and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies. He is a Undergraduate Advisor, and a Tour Guide at Dartmouth and holds many jobs on campus. Currently Reyad is a research assistant for two professors at Dartmouth and is co-authoring a paper on female suicide bombers. He volunteered at his local mosque, and with autistic children, and helps coach debaters at his old High School. Reyad has been named a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Scholar, and a Rufus Choate Scholar at Dartmouth. In Fall 2009, Reyad studied at Keble College, Oxford, and in Summer 2010 he interned at the Council on Foreign Relations. He is currently in the process of applying to graduate schools in Ireland and the UK where he intends to pursue a Masters program on Violence, Security and Terrorism.
Reyad’s Message to Supporters: I am honored to receive this scholarship both for the validation of my aspiration and hard work and for the financial support it provides. Dartmouth is an expensive place there the generous support of ISF and its donors is greatly appreciated. I am humbled, and proud to be a recipient and I thank you immensely.
Reyad graduated in 2011 and manages Treat Analysis/Global Security at Uber.