Emma Levi

Halle Foundation/AGI Intern

Emma Levi is a research intern at AGI for the summer of 2023. She provides research support to AGI’s programs, monitors the media, and assists with AGI’s programs, events, and databases.

Emma is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and German from the University of California, Berkeley. She is passionate about transatlantic exchange and dialogue, specifically between the EU and the United States. Emma has completed coursework on topics such as European identity and democracy, as well as German history and politics. Previously, she studied abroad at the Humboldt University in Berlin in Summer 2022. At Berkeley, Emma is a research assistant for the Institute of European Studies and has held previous internships for both European startups and nonprofits.

Recent Content


One Year of the IRA

Assessing the Impact on Europe’s Clean Energy Industry A U.S. Climate Action Milestone The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has been hailed by many as the most “important climate action in …

AGI Profiles: Claudia Müller

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Social Divisions and Questions of Identity in Germany and the United States

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