From Pittwire: U.S. Ambassador to Moldova Credits Pitt Education for Broad Worldview

As reported in Pittwire: "Today, as U.S. ambassador to the Republic of Moldova — a country sandwiched between Ukraine and Romania — Hogan credits the unconventional major and support he received at the Honors College for adding fuel to his passion for international studies. He also credits Honors College administration for steering him toward the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship, a competitive program with the goal of guiding students toward careers in foreign service, which financed the last two years of his undergraduate degree and a two-year master’s program. He is the first Pickering Fellow from the University to receive an ambassadorship.

"Hogan went on to earn a Master of Public Affairs from Princeton University but always remembered lessons learned in Pittsburgh."

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