Tomás earned his B.A. in history from UC Berkeley in 2015, with a focus on post-WWII population exchanges in the German-Polish borderlands. As an undergraduate, he worked at the Institute for European Studies for two years and participated in a study abroad program in three countries. Tomás has continued to work at Berkeley since graduation, most recently in the Deans’ Office of the College of Letters & Science, where he coordinated events and fundraising for undergraduate programs. Tomás’ interests include patterns of migration and cultural exchange, as well as how the interpretation of history informs current political movements.