Research Assistant Jennifer Pyclik Departs
to Begin Work on Masters
M.A. candidate, 2006, University of North Carolina
J.D., 2004, Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis
B.S. with distinction, 2001, Purdue University
Ms. Pyclik graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Quantitative Agricultural Economics and a minor in International Studies. She graduated from Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis in May 2004.
While in law school, Ms. Pyclik participated in the Program in International Human Rights Law internship program in 2002 and 2003. Her first internship was with the Refugee Counseling Centre and the Human Rights Council in Prague, Czech Republic. After her second year, Ms. Pyclik went to Accra, Ghana, to work at the Legal Resources Centre. As a PIHRL research assistant, Ms. Pyclik primarily worked on the Military Commission Project for the Department of Defense. She also assisted with the grant proposal to train Iraqi judges in international human rights law, the 2004 Indiana Judges Graduate Program in International Human Rights Law, and served as an associate editor for the Indiana International Human Rights Law Bulletin.
Ms. Pyclik will begin a Masters program in Russian and East European Studies this fall at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She will also be working towards a graduate certificate in International Development and Social Justice.