Stevie Sandy

Undergraduate Student


My project, Migration Converges: The Intersection of Migration Pathways, pulls from a series of interviews I conducted where I asked UCSB students and faculty about their migration pathways. I theorized that individuals with more points on their migration pathways or greater distance between their points would gain a valuable perspective, perhaps making them more open-minded, compassionate, and flexible in new environments. I am interested in seeking motivations for the aforementioned characteristics in hopes of learning what could help make the world more tolerant. I want to use my combined interest in Global and Religious Studies to seek ways to set societies in the direction of universal tolerance. 


UCSB '21 Bachelors in Global Studies and Religious Studies