Global Affairs Center Team
Lawrence D. (Larry) Fuell
Larry is the Director of the Global Affairs Center (GAC) and Adjunct Professor of Political Science specializing in International Relations and Foreign Policy. Prior to joining Shoreline’s faculty in 2006, Larry served more than 20 years in the U.S. government, including as a Foreign Agricultural Affairs Officer in Peru, China and Guatemala. He has taught at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, and at the University of Jos in Nigeria, and has traveled in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Born in Cincinnati, Larry earned his B.A. degree at Miami University (Oxford, Ohio) and his PhD in Political Science at the University of Kentucky (Lexington, Kentucky).
Elouiessa is a senior immigrant student at the University of Washington (UW) Jackson School of International Studies, pursuing a BA in General Studies and Education Leadership and Society. Before transferring to UW, she was a student at Shoreline Community College where she served in the Student Body Association as the Minister of Constitution 2012-2013. She was also a student representative in the College Council, and work-study supporter for the GAC. After she earns her Bachelor’s degree, she hopes to enter a Master’s degree program at Johns Hopkins University. She aspires to work in an environment where she can continue to serve her community
Tri is an immigrant from Vietnam and has lived in the United States since 2010. He is studying computer information systems at Shoreline and plans to transfer to the University of Washington or Seattle University with an Associate degree. After earning his Bachelor degree in computer programming, Tri wants to work as a computer programmer and computer systems designer. In his free time, Tri like to play soccer, video game and he dabble in playing guitar. His favorite soccer team is Arsenal, an England team.
Jonathan is a second year student at Shoreline community college. He graduated from Everett High School in Everett, Washington in 2014. He is currently pursuing associates transfer in political science. He wants to transfer to University of Washington get his bachelor's degree in political science and his law degree. After getting his degrees he wants to have a life in U.S Federal Politics. His interests in politics stems from reading and learning about it in his high school Government class. He loves learning about history and sees knowing past histories of nations as a way to understand their international politics in today’s world.
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