Anaïs Voski’s Bachelor of Journalism degree is taking her places. Since graduating in spring 2016, she’s worked in London UK, Ghana and Germany. And now she’s heading to Cambridge this fall with a rare honour – a Mackenzie King Travelling Scholarship.
Voski, who was also an award-winner while she was at Carleton, did a BJ combined honours in Political Science with an International Relations concentration. She’ll continue her work in international relations and politics at Cambridge, and plans to cover those areas as a journalist down the road.
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