Research Interests: Politics, human rights, refugees, government, history
Daniel Lynn graduated from California State University Northridge in 2015. He graduated with a B.A. in History and was one of the first CSUN students to graduate with a minor in Middle East and Islamic Studies, a minor which was first offered in 2013. During his undergraduate studies, Daniel worked with the Human Rights Watch Student Task Force Division to promote awareness of the global refugee crisis. He also assisted the Human Rights Watch Santa Monica Office by helping put on documentary film screenings and by helping facilitate the organization’s Voices for Justice Annual Dinner in Beverly Hills. In addition to this work, Daniel studied Arabic through the UCLA Extension program and studied abroad at the Lebanese American University in Byblos, Lebanon. In the future, he hopes to work as a researcher for a non-profit organization.