The United Nations (U.N.) has had a great effect on the lives of millions of people throughout the world, and Anjali Sahay, Ph.D., is one of them, but perhaps not in the way you might expect.
“I did not pick the U.N., but it picked me,” Sahay, associate professor of political science, said. “My father’s brother worked for the United Nations Development Programme in India and his stories really inspired us, but it was in the background. I focused on my academic side, and became a professor.”
Anjali Sahay, Ph.D., shares her global point of view with her students and colleagues. Read more in the latest issue of Gannon Magazine.