Davis Projects for Peace: Esha Sridhar ‘22

Esha Sridhar '22

Skills learned by submitting a fellowship application don't end at the deadline -- candidates often report that work they complete for competition pays dividends for them even if they can't realize their award. Hear from Esha Sridhar ‘22 as she discusses her application to Davis Projects for Peace and her resilience in facing unforeseen challenges.

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