Amelia Miller

Fulbright/University of Nottingham Award

Amelia Miller graduated in 2023 from Tufts University with a B.A. in International Relations and a B.A. in Arabic Language and Cultural Studies. While at Tufts, she volunteered and interned with numerous organizations, including Lawyers Without Borders, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Massachusetts Trial Court. She also participated in the Oslo Scholars program and Tufts in Rwanda Fellowship, both of which solidified her interest in international human rights work. She has spent the last year serving as an Americorps Legal Advocate in Massachusetts, a role in which she has worked on legal advocacy in the fields of poverty law and welfare law.  
Amelia will be pursuing an LLM in International Human Rights Law at the University of Nottingham. She is particularly interested in the rights of rural communities and women's rights. Her experiences growing up in a small rural community and transitioning from rural life to urban life have driven her passion for these subjects. She is excited to continue researching rural access to education on an international scale.  
Outside of academics, Amelia enjoys birdwatching, gardening, and reading. She has never traveled abroad and is eager to explore the UK and learn more about the Nottingham community.