Maya Gulani

Maya Gulani is pursuing a BA in Political Science, International Affairs, and German Studies as well as certificates in Religious Studies and War, Peace, and Security. She is a recipient of the Cincinnatus Presidential Scholarship, in addition to being an Arts and Sciences Honors Scholar and a member of the University Honors Program. Currently, Maya is researching the relationship between Indian nationalism and music - specifically the role of the harmonium in Indian music. 

Maya recently worked as an undergraduate research assistant through the UHP Discover program and completed an internship with a federal judge from the Eastern District of Michigan. Additionally, she has been a long-time intern with the Ohio Innocence Project and aims to attend law school after graduating. She is particularly interested in criminal justice and hopes to spend some time working as a public defender. Outside of her studies, Maya is passionate about music: she has studied piano for 17 years, enjoys composing, and has begun learning sitar and tabla during her time at UC.