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.
Program Coordinator, Canadian Studies / IIS
Global International and Area Studies