Noa Ogilvy graduated with Bachelor in Fine Arts and a Minor in Israel Studies in 2018. She participated in our Summer School program in Jerusalem, Israel in the Summers of 2017 and 2018. She began to volunteer in the Institute office in 2017 and created a massive mosaic that is seen on our website and is still available to see in person at the Institute on Israel at 70 for the Institute's conference.
"I am currently in my second year of my MA in International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University. This year, I am focusing on completing my Masters’ Research Paper where I ask the question: Why is the Holocaust excluded from chemical weapons history and what are the implications of this exclusion on the chemical weapons taboo?
I am hoping to continue my education after my MA either in the form of another MA or a PhD. My research interests include the history and politics of Israel and the Middle East, Jewish history, the relationship between feminism and the military, and the historical and contemporary issues surrounding chemical weapons."