Katie Garner is the Program Assistant for International Affairs and Science Diplomacy. She supports the Center for Science Diplomacy’s activities, including outreach events, the AAAS David and Betty Hamburg Award for Science Diplomacy, and science diplomacy training courses. Additionally, she assists with the communications for the Center as well as the publication process for Science & Diplomacy, the Center’s online policy journal.
She graduated Cum Laude from the University of Delaware (UD), where she studied International Relations with a Concentration in Diplomacy and World Order and a Specialization in Europe, as well as minoring in French, Journalism, and European Studies. Katie was a member of UD’s World Scholar program, where she studied abroad in Italy and France, as well as a month in Martinique. Her undergraduate honors and awards include an Edward H. Rosenberry Undergraduate Writing Award, an Area Studies Enrichment Award, and being admitted into Phi Beta Kappa.
Along with her undergraduate experience, Katie has interned at USAID’s Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs in Washington, DC as well as for The Earful Tower in Paris.