New U.S. citizen Henrik Schatzinger featured in newspaper article
Associate Professor of Politics and Government Henrik Schatzinger has become a U.S. citizen.
He joined the Ripon College faculty in 2009 and also serves as co-director of Ripon College’s Center for Politics and the People.
Schatzinger now has U.S., German and Finnish citizenship, but he says he’s “all about America right now.”
A question-and-answer profile about his 20-year journey to American citizenship ran March 10 in the Ripon Commonwealth Press.
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