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Alex Boehm

Alex Boehm

B.A. '12

A native of St. Louis, Alex Boehm studied urban planning and development as well as critical theory and modernity, focusing on contemporary urban policy and economics. An Albert Gallatin Scholar, Boehm had a summer internship at the Battery Park Conservancy, where he observed first-hand the day-to-day operations of maintaining and improving the park and learned about the intersection of federal, state and local government in an urban planning context. His interest in critical theory was sparked by a seminar he took with Professor Eugene Vydrin called “Collage: From Art to Life and Back” and subsequently Vydrin’s second-semester seminar on Surrealism. Boehm is also a musician and songwriter who plays violin and guitar.  “Everyone at Gallatin, from your friends to your adviser to the dean herself, are genuinely interested in where you’re headed," he says, "and they all want to help you get there.”

 

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Alex Boehm

B.A. '12

 
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