PAWcast: Valedictorian Genrietta Churbanova ’24 on Princeton, Anthropology, and Research

June 12, 2024

"Princeton’s newest valedictorian, Genrietta Churbanova ’24, is an anthropology major who spent much of her time here researching Russia-China relations in both the Russian and Chinese languages. On this episode of the PAWcast, she talks about her research, about growing up in both Moscow and Little Rock, Arkansas, and about her extracurriculars — including serving as president of the Student Society of Russian Language and Culture and opinions editor of The Daily Princetonian. Faculty have described Churbanova as a hard worker and researcher, 'conscientious to a fault and deeply ethical, someone who’s young, but already producing scholarship that will stand the test of time.'"

To listen to this podcast, or read the transcription, click here: PAWcast: Valedictorian Genrietta Churbanova ’24