Concentrator in Social Studies; Secondary in Ethnicity, Migration, Rights
TRAM NGUYEN (she/her) is a junior living in Leverett House and concentrating in Social Studies, with a secondary in Ethnicity, Migration, Rights. As a first-generation college student, Tram is thrilled to be a part of the EMR community to help her gain deeper insights on not only her identity as a Vietnamese immigrant, but also the history and stories of those who paved the path before her. Academically, Tram is particularly interested in the intersection of migration, diaspora, and transnationalism, especially in relation with the Vietnamese/Vietnamese-American community. On campus (virtually), Tram is involved with the Boston Refugee Youth Enrichment Program, where she mentors refugee and immigrant youths in the Dorchester area of Boston. She also enjoys her time with the Harvard Vietnamese Association, Harvard Global Education Movement, and being a Peer Advising Fellow! Born in Vietnam, Tram gets in touch with her roots by enjoying Vietnamese food (she pho-king loves it!) and relishes her newfound Minnesotan identity by hiking and and finding the best waterfalls the state of Minnesota has to offer. Over boba, Vietnamese coffee, chai, or water, Tram would love to have a chat with anyone who is interested in the field of EMR and/or Ethnic Studies!