IEW Profile: Angguntari Sari

International Education Week (IEW) celebrates the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. The U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education are part of a joint initiative to promote programs that prepare Americans for the global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences. This IEW profile is part of a series during International Education Week from November 14 to 18, 2022.

Q: What is your name? 

Angguntari Sari

Q: Where are you from?


Q: What is your program? 

Political Science

Q: What is your school or department? 

School of Politics and Global Studies

Q: Who is your faculty chair or mentor? 

Dr. Thorin Wright 

Q: As an international student can you indicate what type of funding you received from ASU’s Graduate College? 

GPSA Graduate Research Support Program (GRSP), Graduate College Fellowship and Graduate College Travel Award

Q: How has this Graduate College funding impacted your studies, research and experience here at ASU?

I feel blessed and honored to receive several awards from the Graduate College. These awards have boosted my confidence as a junior scholar, broadened my connections, and validated my efforts to study international factors that facilitate or hinder the spread of democratic values.

Q: When are you expected to graduate?

April 2022