Benjamin Davis : Boren Scholarship
Benjamin Davis (’25, Business Administration) will use his Boren Scholarship to study Hebrew in Israel, spending the Fall semester at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Spring semester at Tel Aviv University. Ben’s career and research interests include the convergence of international markets and security, tech, and business innovation, particularly regarding dual-use technology. In Fall 2022, Ben went to London as part of the Global Management Program studying international financial institutions, markets, and trade policy. On campus, Ben is involved with the Berkeley Finance Club, Berkeley Venture Capital, and Chabad at UC Berkeley. He also supports Dr. Andrew Reddie, the founder and faculty director of the Berkeley Risk and Security Lab as an Undergraduate Research Fellow. In Summer 2023, Ben will be working at Tesla on the Megapack supply chain team to help accelerate the world’s transition to clean energy; in Summer 2022, he interned as a Material Project Manager at General Atomics.