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Ms. '''Katherine Scully''' was an intern at [[Future Worlds Center]] in 2006. She graduated from Yale University in 2005 and came to Cyprus for a period of nine months, to work on the peace and reconciliation process.
  
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During her stay in Cyprus, she volunteered for CNTI, supporting the [[Civil Society Dialogue]] Peace Revival initiative and the [[Talk of the Island]] project. Ms. Scully collaborated also with [[Kerstin Wittig]] on various other projects.
  
'''Katherine Scully''' was an intern to the Technology For Peace project which was implemented by the [[Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute]] in 2003.
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She then continued her studies in Law at Columbia University.
 
 
 
 
  
  
 
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Katherine Scully
Katherine Scully
With FWC 9 mo in 2006
Title Visiting Scientist
Key Project(s) Civil Society Dialogue
Talk of the Island
Degree(s) Law
Filed(s) of study to be..
University(ies) Yale University
Columbia University
Notable Achievements to be..



Ms. Katherine Scully was an intern at Future Worlds Center in 2006. She graduated from Yale University in 2005 and came to Cyprus for a period of nine months, to work on the peace and reconciliation process.

During her stay in Cyprus, she volunteered for CNTI, supporting the Civil Society Dialogue Peace Revival initiative and the Talk of the Island project. Ms. Scully collaborated also with Kerstin Wittig on various other projects.

She then continued her studies in Law at Columbia University.