Want to learn more about core programs at the Center for Human Rights and International Justice? Have questions about the Minor in Human Rights? Interested in applying for a Human Rights Summer Fellowship? We are always very happy to meet with students! The Center has an open office policy and welcome you to stop by Encina Hall West 208 anytime the door is open with quick questions or comments. For more in-depth questions and advising, please select the best option below to meet your needs.
David Cohen, Faculty Director
Faculty Director David Cohen is available for general academic and career advising, by appointment. You may contact him directly via email to schedule a meeting. Please propose several specific times and dates that work for you, and he will select one that fits his schedule. Professor Cohen travels frequently, so response times may vary depending on internet access.
Penelope Van Tuyl, Associate Director
If you are a student in HUMRTS 101, are a Minor hoping to discuss ePortfolios and capstone projects, or are generally seeking career or internship advice (especially in the field of law), you may sign up for office hours with Associate Director Penelope Van Tuyl . Appointments are available in 20-minute intervals throughout the week.
Jessie Brunner, Senior Program Mgr
If you are interested in declaring the Minor in Human Rights, discussing internship opportunities, or exploring career pathways (especially in public policy or journalism), sign up for office hours with Senior Program Manager Jessie Brunner (Thursdays 3 - 5 p.m.). Appointments are available in 20-minute intervals.
Steve Hoeschele, Program Coordinator
If you are interested in exploring career pathways (especially in political / governmental or anti-trafficking work), our Human Rights Careers Intensive, or searching for a job or internship, sign up for office hours with Program Coordinator Steve Hoeschele (Wednesdays 1-4pm). Appointments are available in 30-minute intervals; for interview prep, sign up for two slots to total one hour.