Caroline Kline

Caroline Kline

Associate Justice

cckline@indiana.edu

Office hours: By appointment

Caroline Kline, class of 2016, is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Global and International Studies. She is a double major in political science and international studies with a focus on security, governance, and diplomacy. She is also minoring in social and cultural anthropology. Caroline is currently serving on the political science advisory board as well as the student advisory board for both the executive and senior assistant dean at Indiana University. She is also certified as a peer counselor for negative body image through CAPS and certified through the Indiana State Government to handle cases involving sexual assault. In the spring of 2014

Caroline hopes to study abroad in London, which will continue through the summer at the London School of Economics. In the future, Caroline would like to attend law school as an international lawyer focusing on human rights. She plans to work with an NGO overseas or a think-tank for international and diplomatic concerns on security policies. In her free time Caroline teaches Pilates and takes yoga classes as often as possible. She also tries to find time to travel and cook regularly.