Selma Khalil ’18
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Selma Khalil
Selma Khalil is an Albright Fellow, and a senior at Wellesley College studying Neuroscience and Philosophy.

Selma is a student worker at the art library, co-vice president of the Wellesley Arab Women’s Association, and a general member of the Café Hoop cooperative. In the summer of 2016, she worked at a neuroscience lab on the Wellesley campus that explored the neural correlate of attention. During the summer of her sophomore year, she interned at an NGO in Beirut, Lebanon that primarily focused on providing support through educational programs and scholarships to the underserved community of the country. She is fluent in French and has advanced knowledge in Arabic. Selma’s next professional goal is to have an internship in humanitarian law.