On June 1st, 2018, Princeton AlumniCorps hosted a panel during Princeton Reunions. In line with the Bold Idea, AlumniCorps's newest strategic program focusing on immigration and forced migration issues, the topic of the panel was "In the Service of Humanity: Empowering Immigrant Communities." The panelists were Phillip Connor *10, Maribel Hernández Rivera, Esq. *10, José Quiñonez *98, and Maya Wahrman '16, with Sahand Keshavarz Rahbar '17 moderating.
This clip contains the panel introduction and Phillip Connor's presentation. Phillip's PowerPoint may be accessed using the following link: http://bit.ly/ACPanelConnor
Phillip Connor *10 is a senior researcher at Pew Research Center. He is an expert on international migration, immigrant integration and immigrant religion in the United States, Canada and Europe. Connor prepares reports on immigration and religion, consults with demographic and public opinion researchers at the Center on migration aspects of their work, and analyses data. Before joining Pew Research Center, Connor received his doctorate in sociology at Princeton University. He was the lead author of the Center’s reports Faith on the Move and Still in Limbo: About a Million Asylum Seekers Await Word on Whether They Can Call Europe Home. He is also the author of the book Immigrant Faith and has published several academic articles in leading migration and religion journals. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Time and the Economist.