While at University College Utrecht, Aron focused mostly on anthropology and geography and took part in a field course on International Development through Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania, after which he conducted research on human-wildlife conflict in Enduimet Wildlife Management Area in Olmolog, Tanzania. After graduation, he traveled through Myanmar and Vietnam, volunteering at Thabarwa Nature Center, a sanctuary for people from all regions of Myanmar who seek refuge, care, and attention; and at hostels, guiding travelers through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bagan, and arranging motorcycle tours through the remote and rugged northern Vietnamese landscape. Several years ago Aron moved to Wageningen to start his graduate degree in International Development. Alongside his master’s thesis research on hitchhiking as a particular mode of being in the world, Aron also works as an editor for the Jester, an amateurish, satirical, and critical student-driven newspaper, and tutors young refugees and recent migrants to the Netherlands in Dutch language and culture. Aron is fluent in Dutch and proficient in French and German.