Anna Cizek

Anna Cizek is a recent graduate from Mercer University who triple majored in international affairs, global health studies and French. Over the past year, Cizek spent five months studying in Morocco, was awarded the Findley Fellowship for high academic achievement, and has presented her research in Doha, Qatar. Her most recent professional experience includes: internships with the Québec Government, the National Council on US-Arab Relations, and Gulf State Analytics. She currently works in France for the Ministry of Education.

Antibiotics Are Becoming Less Effective Due to Excessive Use

February 23, 2018

In his 1945 Nobel lecture, Alexander Fleming predicted that the improper use of antibiotics would cause future clinical failures. Penicillin, discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1928, became known as the “miracle drug” for its instrumental role in the Second World War, when the Allied forces relied heavily on the antibiotic...

Morocco Is Giving South Africa a Run for Its Money

January 08, 2018

What made 15 African Union members vote against Morocco’s admission? Nearing the one-year anniversary of Morocco’s admission into the African Union (AU), further interpretations can be made concerning the implications of the AU’s majority 39-15 vote. Following Morocco’s historic withdrawal from the Organization of African Unity more than 30 years...