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Kartikeya Uniyal

2022 ESJ Fellow


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Kartikeya Uniyal (SFS’23) is an undergraduate student at Georgetown University in Qatar, where he studies international politics. Hailing from India, Kartikeya is deeply passionate about designing low-cost educational interventions for public schools in India to make twenty-first-century skills accessible, attainable, and enforceable. He was selected for the Clinton Global Initiative University Fellowship in 2019, where he worked on building a “Commitment to Action” to make education equitable. He launched Access Labs, an education technology non-profit, in 2021 and is currently working with the Peace Innovation Lab at Stanford to design a peace education curriculum. At Georgetown, he works in the Office of Student Life to develop student programs and design communications for the student body. In his free time, he enjoys watching football (soccer), teaching, and discussing Indian politics. He was also a 2022 Education and Social Justice Fellow.

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