Antonia Mayer is a double Master’s degree student in Political Science at Rutgers University and the University of Konstanz, Germany. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and Public Administration. Her research interests include Comparative Politics, European Politics and International Relations. While her background is in quantitative methods, she has also engaged in qualitative research, among others for her Bachelor’s thesis.
During her undergraduate studies, she studied in both Moscow and Prague, as well as her native Germany. She has worked as a research assistant and academic tutor with the Chair of International Relations and Conflict Management in Konstanz. In addition to her full-time studies at Rutgers, she volunteers weekly at a local soup kitchen.
Over the Summer of 2020, Antonia will be interning at ARD German Radio & Television – Studio in Washington D.C. Upon her return to the University of Konstanz, she will major in International Administration and Conflict Management, and will be graduating in Spring 2021 with her second Master’s Degree.
Antonia is fluent in English, German and French, and has basic language skills in Arabic and Russian.