FULBRIGHT GRANT RECIPIENTS
2015 (for the 2015-2016 academic year)
- Marie Carter (COL '15) to Spain
- Shriram Chauhan (COL '12) to Nepal
- Nathalie Figueroa (COL '15) to India
- George Rosa Acosta (COL '15) to Portugal
- Matthew Rublin (COL '15) to Spain
- Samir Shah (COL '15) to Spain
- Taryn Williams (GSE '15) to Germany
- William Beck (GAS) to the UK - classical languages and literature, "Translating the Scholia to the Iliad"
- Daniel Brooks (COL '15) to Mexico - anthropology, "Association of vWA and TPOX Polymorphisms with Venous Thrombosis in Mexican Mestizos"
- Sofia Duque (COL '15) to Botswana - public health, "Understanding Pregnancy Intention and Determining Opportunities for Pre-conception Care"
- Samuel Holzman (GAS) to Greece - archeology, "Ionic Architecture and Local Identities in the North Aegean"
- Bo kyung Im (GAS) to South Korea - ethnomusicology, "Peripheral Voices: Music, Ritual, and Subject Formation in Modern Seoul"
- Alain Kilajian (COL '15) to Thailand - environmental studies, "A study of the potential impacts of the mining industry on an agricultural community"
- Joyce Kim (COL '15) to South Korea - education, "How Civic Education Impacts Adjustment of North Korean Youth Defectors in South Korea"
- Kim Kolor (COL '15) to Sri Lanka - theology and religion, "Exploring Beauty in Eastern Sri Lanka"
- Oyinkansola Muraina (COL '15) to Nigeria - interdisciplinary studies, "Islam, Law, and Society in Yorubaland"
- Alexander Polyak (COL '15) to India - modern history, "Collarless Bourgeoisie: New Definitions of 19th Century Middle Class Formations in India"
- Nikhil Rajapuram (SEAS '15) to India - public health, "Examination of Stigma Facing Families of Children with Cerebral Palsy in Rural India"
- Jennifer Thompson (NURS) to Mexico - public health, "An investigation into delivery of care in indigenous community hospitals in Mexico"
- Grace Truong (COL '15) to the Philippines - public health, "The Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood in the Filipino Autistic Community"
- Maya Vinokour (GAS) to Germany - comparative literature, "Power, Sexuality, and the Masochistic Aesthetic from Sacher-Masoch to Kharms"
- James Eggers (GSE '14) to Brazil
- Andrew Hasson (COL '14) to Malaysia
- Samantha Osaki (COL '14) to Ivory Coast
- Miller Radford (COL '14) to Malaysia
- Daneel Schaechter (COL '13) to Brazil
- Sarah Shihadah (COL '14) to Jordan
- Amanda Wolkin (COL '14) to Malaysia
- Sarah Beckmann (GAS '19) to France - archeology, "Collection and Commodity: Statuary in the Villas of Late-antique Gaul"
- Michael Broder (COL '14) to Guatemala - anthropology, "The Effect of Medical Pluralism on Diabetes Prevention and Control"
- Elliott Brooks (COL '14) to Morocco - art & architectural history, "Cooperatives and residencies: creating spaces for contemporary art in Morocco"
- Jacqueline Burek (GAS '21) to the UK - literature, "Manuscript Study: Welsh Translations of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae"
- Alice Conant (COL '13) to India - public health, "Using Geospatial Mapping to Optimize Healthcare Delivery in Karnataka, India"
- Sonya Davey (COL '14) to India (declined) - public health, "Analyzing development and outcome of Tata Memorial’s breast and cervical cancer screening"
- Marisa Denker (COL '14) to Ireland - urban development and planning, "A Brave New Dublin"
- Robert Hegwood (GAS '21) to Japan - history, "The Social Foundations for Growth: Nikkei Brokers and Japan in the Global Imaginary, 1930-"
- Joseph Isaac (COL '14) to Australia - art & archtectural history, "Graffiti in Melbourne; Street Art as a Visual Extension of the City’s Corporate Identity"
- Elizabeth Lastra (GAS '20) to Spain - art & architectural history, "The Making of a Camino Town: Architecture and Sculpture in Carrión de los Condes"
- Mike Mitchell (WH '09) to Mexico - agriculture, "Measuring the Contribution of Household Aquaculture to Poverty Reduction in Mexico"
- Kathryn Morgan (GAS '20) to Turkey - archeology, "Tangled Webs: Archaeological Textiles in Social Context"
- Quan Nguyen (COL '14) to Korea - education, "A Study of Education Inequality in South Korea and the Role of Online Mass Education"
- Sarah Schulte (COL '14) to Chile - public health, "Determinants of Obesity-Related Behaviors Among Pregnant Chilean Women"
- Simone Stern (COL '14) to Italy - sociology, "The Effects of Marriage between Italians and Immigrants on Cultural Integration in Italy"
- Laura Tillery (GAS '21) to Germany - art & architectural history, "Visual Culture of German Hanse Cities: Mercantile Patronage and Civic Identity c.1450-1550"
- Christina Wu (COL '14) to China - public health, "Shifting Attitudes Toward and Services for the Elderly with Dementia in China"
- Leah Apple (COL '13) to Taiwan
- Joseph Cloward (COL '13) to Germany
- Albi Dhimitri (COL '12) to Colombia
- Fernando Duran (GSE) to Argentina
- Allyson Even (COL '13) to Mexico
- Aisha Hadlock (MLS '13) to Malaysia
- Julia Holup (COL '10) to Malaysia
- Meghan Labasky (COL '13) to Korea
- Amanda Penn (GSE) to South Africa
- Shikha Bhattacharjee (LAW) to India - law, "Women's Rights are Human Rights: the Role of Indian Commissions in Advancing Social Change"
- Rosanna Dent (GAS) to Brazil - history, "Genetic Geographies: U.S.-Brazil Collaboration and Population Genetics since 1950"
- Dorry Guerra (COL '13) to Korea - history, "Expanding Koreanness: Multiracial Individuals and the Branding of a Multicultural Korea"
- Erika Hsu (COL '12) to Japan - anthropology, "Understanding Current Biomedical Ethics in Japan"
- Marina Isgro (GAS) to Italy - art and architectural history, "Kinetic and Op Art Collectives in Italy, 1959-68"
- Emily Virginia Jones (COL '12) to Nepal - anthropology, "Understanding cultural constructions of autism among parents in Nepal"
- Paul Mitchell (COL '13) to Tanzania - anthropology, "Curation, Open-Access Databasing, and Research on Repatriated Vertebrate Fossils from Olduvai Gorge"
- Katie Oberwager (COL '12C) to Mexico - environmental studies, "Improving and Expanding Rainwater Harvesting Projects in Oaxaca, Mexico"
- Beth Tucker (GAS) to Japan - classical languages and literature, "Engulfed in Darkness: Mourning Poetics in Classical Japanese Literature"
- Landon Reitz (COL '11) to Germany
- Scott Williams (COL '12) to Indonesia
- Monica Amoo-Achampong (COL '12) to Ghana - public health, "Assessing the Perspectives of Mothers to Help Reduce Child Mortality from Malaria"
- Michael Drake (COL '12) to Namibia - ecology, "The Cape Griffon Vulture Tracking Project"
- Adam Goodman (GAS) to Mexico - history, "Mexican Migrants and the Rise of the Deportation Cycle, 1942-2010"
- Heather Hughes (GAS) to Netherlands - art and architectural history, "Fashioning the Northern European Subject: Costume in Print, 1590-1660"
- Meghan Hussey (COL '12) to China - education, "Education and Social Services for Autistic Adolescents in China"
- Kristen Martin (COL '12) to Italy - journalism, "What Italian Food Culture Can Teach the United States"
- Anusha Alles (COL '11) to Sri Lanka
- Russell Aldrich (VET '13) to Tajikistan
- Brandon Bloch (COL '11) to Germany
- Hannah Connor (COL '11) to Spain
- Mark Pan (COL '11) to Malaysia
- Zachary Schwam (COL '11) to Germany
- Arthur Argall (COL '11) to Germany - biology, "Investigating the Relationship between Glutamine and gamma-Aminobutyric Acid"
- Pablo Barrera (COL '11) to Korea - art and architectural history, "Theory in Practice: Survey of Culturally Significant Hanok Features in Hahoe Village"
- Ian Cohan-Shapiro (COL '11) Morocco - Islamic Studies, "Fez and the dynamics of Tijany Sufi Order"
- Anthony Cordaro (COL '11) to India - anthropology, "Fitting Into the Grid: An Ethnography of Migrant Communities in Urban Punjab"
- Seth Dunipace (VET) to Denmark - agriculture, "Researching Prenatal Mortality in High Yield Danish Swine Production Herds"
- Ron Golan (MED '11) to Israel - medical sciences, "Genetic Analysis of Israeli Soldiers Diagnosed With Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)"
- Joan Lee (GSE '05) to Finland - education, "Intelligent Accountability: The Culture of Educational Assessment in Finland"
- Karen Lee (NURS '10) to Korea - education, "Bridge Makers: Building leaders & facilitating vocational success among North Korean refugees"
- Nathaniel Prottas (GAS) to Germany - art and architectural history, "The Crisis of the Image: Self-Aware Image Making and the Archaistic Impulse in Rhenish Art"
- Samuel Ribnick (COL '11) - public administration, "Administering Water: Rural Development in the Jordan Valley"
- Jane Shim (COL '11) to Korea - creative writing, "Lost in Translation: A Korean American Poetic Legacy"
- Leif Weatherby (GAS '17) to Germany - comparative literature, "Metaphysical Organs Between Herder and Marx"
- Sherri Cohen (COL '06) to Turkey
- Esther Kim (COL '10) to Korea
- Michael Wojcik, (COL '10) to Germany
- Monisha Chakravarthy (COL '10) to India - dance, "Modern Bharatanatyam: Art; Entertainment and Business"
- Ruth Erickson (GAS) to France - art and architectural history, "Between the street and the Museum: The sociological art collective in post - 1968 France"
- Kara Gaston (GAS) to Italy - literature, "Manuscript Study: Glosses and Commentary on Dante's Convivio and Inferno"
- Rebecca Hood (COL '06) to Mexico - business, Binational Business Grant
- Jonathan Howard (COL '10) to Brazil - theology and religion, "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay"
- Cameron Hu (COL '09) to Egypt - art and architectural history, "Hassan Fathy and the Architecture of Modern Egypt"
- Becca Kantor (COL '09) to Estonia - creative writing, "Volume Zero: A Novel of Louis I. Kahn and the Estonian Island Sarremaa"
- Julia Luscombe (COL '10) to Ecuador - economic development, "Community Currency in Ecuador"
- Daniella Mak (COL '10) to Portugal - history, "Azores vs. Angola Dilemma: Transatlantic Images of John F. Kennedy as a Colonial Savior"
- Julia Perratore (GAS) to Spain - art and architectural history, "Romanesque on the Frontier: the Architectural Sculpture of Santa Maria de Uncastillo"
- Michael Poll (COL '09) to Poland - guitar, "Lutoslawski and the guitar: Training; research; and transcription"
- Allison Freedman (COL ’09) to Hong Kong
- Gabe Burkett (COL ’09) to Latvia - art and architectural history, "The Search for National Identity in the Architecture of Post-Soviet Latvia"
- Miriam Clinton (GAS) to Greece - archeology, "Minoan Neopalatial Domestic Architecture: A Contextual Analysis of the Ordinary House"
- Barbara Coons (COL ’09) to Hungary - public health, "The Implications of Privatization of the Hungarian Medical System on Ethnic Minorities"
- Lisa Gatti (Grad Nursing) to Guatemala - medicine sciences, "Early Feeding Practices and Child Growth in a Mayan Community"
- Lauren Jennings (GAS) to Italy - musicology, "Poetic Anthologies and the Transmission of Trecento Song"
- Jamie Kalliongis (COL ’09) to Japan - education, "Human Rights Education in Osaka Schools"
- Shirin Karsan (MED ’09) to United Arab Emirates - area studies, "Muslim Perspectives on the Ethics of Emerging Sciences and Bio/Nanotechnologies"
- Ethan Kay (WH '03) to India - economic development, "The Convergence and Divergence of Corporate-NGO Partnership"
- Michael Kleiman (COL ’06) to Peru - filmmaking, " Human Rights and Housework: The Status of Female Domestic Workers in Peru"
- Antonio McAfee (Design ’09) to South Africa - photography, "Artists' and Institutions' Role in Contemporary Culture in South Africa"
- Bo Peng (COL ’09) to China - public health, "Acupuncture as a Treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea"
- Barbara Rosen (COL ’05) to Peru - economic development, "Financial Inclusion for Women in Rural Peru"
- Marta Rozmyslowicz (COL ’08) to Poland - anthropology, "Integration in Poland: Ukrainian and Vietnamese Immigrant Experiences"
- Sarah Salwen (GSAS) to Israel - political science, "The Islamist Movement in Israel: Structure and Strategy"
- Priya Shankar (COL ’09) to India - political science, "A Child's Perception of Rights Through The Mid-day Meal Scheme"
- Christopher Steel (GSE ’09) to Ecuador - education, "Nuevo Mundo: A Private Provider of a Public Good?"
- Merrill Wasser (COL ’09) to China - anthropology, "Chinese Ethnic Minorities Through the Lens of Material Traditions"
- Annie Winter (COL ’09) to Netherlands - environmental studies, "Efficacy of Aid Organizations in South and Southeast Asia"
- Christina Lordeman (COL ’08) to Germany
- Eve Richer (COL 08) to Brazil
- Winnie Tang (GSE) to Hong Kong
- David Adamowicz (COL ’08) to Japan - medical sciences, "Melting Medical Boundaries in Light of Japan's Aging Population"
- Michael Anderson (LAW) to Qatar - law, "Shari'ah-Compliant Insurance and Regulatory Laws in Qatar"
- Jeremy LaBuff (GAS) to Greece - history, "The Motivations of the Wealthy Elite as a Subgroup of the Community"
- Erin Lee (COL ’08) to South Korea - international relations, "Implications of Sino-DPRK Economic Relations"
- Nazlee Navabi (COL ’08) to Argentina - women's studies, "Women's Perceptions of their Bodies and the Congenital Transmission of Chagas"
- Jonathan Richter (COL/WH ’08) to China - economic development, "Drafting a Poor-Investment Architecture in Lingqiu"
- Lori Sundberg (GAS) to Germany - literature, "Hesse and Strindberg: Common Mythology and Rightist Voelkisch Symbolism"
- Miya Tokumitsu (GAS) to Germany - art and architectural history, "Leonhard Kern and 17th Century Sculpture Production"
- Jose Asturias (WH ’07) to Chile - economics, "Has Free Trade Improved Agricultural Productivity in Chile?"
- Veyom Bahl (COL ’07) to Mexico - political science, "Cooperative Public Policy for Preventing HIV/AIDS in Mexico and the United States"
- Kathlene Baldanza (GAS) to Taiwan - history, " Pariah Women in Chinese and Sino-Vietnamese Literature"
- Lisa Bourla (GAS) to Italy - art and architectural history, "Cigoli's Uniquely Florentine Contribution to the Birth of Baroque Art"
- Neil Chisholm (COL ’04) to South Korea - law, "The Diffusion of American Law into South Korea"
- Lea Chu (COL ’07) to China - anthropology, "Evolving Cultural Perceptions through the International Adoption Process"
- Raphael Cohn (EAS ’07) to Israel - engineering, "Information Representation in Computer Science and Fine Arts"
- Catherine Daly (GAS) to Sri Lanka - sociology, "Study of Sri Lanka's Efforts to Combat Sex Tourism"
- Kristin Doughty (GAS) to Rwanda - anthropology, "The Past and Collective Belonging in Post-genocide Rwanda"
- Sinae Lee (Design ’06) to the Netherlands - performance art, "Performance Art Challenges: Preconceived Ideas of Prostitution"
- Emily Modrall (GAS) to Italy - archeology, "The Greek and Phoenician Colonization of Western Sicily 8th-6th C, BCE"
- Mana Nakagawa (COL ’07) to Japan - sociology, "Hikikomori Phenomenon in Contemporary Japanese Youth"
- Benjamin Piven (COL ’05) to India - geography, "The Dynamics of Caste Mobility in Mumbai"
- Jannine Versi (COL ’07) to India - economic development, "Problems and Possibilities in Expanding Microfinance"
- Jessica Boehman (GAS) to Italy - art and architectural history, “The Roman Baroque Workshop of Ercole Ferrata”
- Alison Chang (GAS) to Norway - art and architectual history, “The Female Nude in Munch’s Late Work”
- Beth Citron (GAS) to India - art and architectural history, "Painting-scapes and Urban Canvasses: Five Exemplary Artists, 1970-90"
- Jesse David (COL 06) to Israel - education, “The Potential of Multicultural Education in Israel”
- Amelia Duffy-Tumasz (COL '06) to Senegal - economic development, “Co-wives and Credit: Exploring empowerment in Senegal”
- Benjamin Kaplan (COL '05) to South Korea - art and architectural history, “Representations of Ethnicity in Contemporary Korean Art”
- Amar Majmundar (MED/GAS) to India - public health, “Mental Health Assessment in Gujarat”
- James Melvin (GAS) to Spain - theology and religion, “Regulating the Clergy in Early Modern Avila”
- Tara Mendola (COL '06) to Morocco - comparative literature, “Triglossia: Language and Moroccan Fiction”
- Zaid Mohiuddin (COL '05) to Syria - urban development and planning, “Society: Stimulating or Suppressing Community Development NGOs”
- Lina Ragep (COL/GAS '06) to Syria - Arabic language and literature, “Arabic Language Study in Syria”
- Moses Sternstein (COL '06) to Egypt - political science, "Islamic Political Thought"
- Cara Tobin (GEng) to Switzerland - engineering, “Integrating Renewable Energies within Desalination”
- Amin Venjara (COL/EAS '04) to Syria - business, “Classical Foundation of Islamic Business Ethics”
- Mary Beth Wetli (GAS) to Germany - German language and literature, “History in Schiller’s Aesthetic and Dramatic Works”
- Spencer Willig (COL '06) to Kyrgyzstan - comparative literature, “The Journalism of Chingiz Aitmatov”
- Zachary Yorke (Fine Arts) to South Africa - journalism, “The Body Politic in South African Art”
- Mary Zeng (COL '06) to Turkey - Middle Eastern Studies, “The Development and Future of Turkish Nationalism”
- Patrick Brugh (COL '05) to Germany
- Michael Liskow (LAW) to Slovakia
- Kelly Ross (COL ’05) to Germany
- Andrew Casper (GAS) to Italy - art and archtectural history, "El Greco and Italy: Art, Theory, and the Religious Image in the Late Cinquecento"
- Lorraine T. Dean (COL '05) to Venezuela - public health, "Barriers to Breast Cancer Detection in Venezuelan Women"
- Miriam Enriquez (MED ’06) to Russia - public health, "Evaluating a Model of HIV/AIDS Care in St. Petersburg"
- Kimberly Fitch (GAS) to Germany - political science, "The Political Economy of Water Privatization: Critical Pressure, Divergent Response"
- Scott Kend (COL/WH ’02) to Mexico - business, Binational Business Study and Internship
- Marton Markowitz (GAS) to Ghana - political science, "External Actors and the Social Relations of Political and Economic Governance"
- Muhammed Mekki (COL/WH ’05) to Syria - economics, "Islamic Finance: From Precepts to Practice"
- John Moran (Design) to Ireland - architecture, "Ireland in Transition: Prospects for Sustainable Design"
- Genevra Murray (GAS) to Turkey - anthropology, "State and Fertility Practices in Western Turkey"
- Michael Nicholson (COL ’05) to Turkey - Middle Eastern politics, "Redemocratization and Neoliberalism in Ozal's Turkey"
- Anne Oravetz (GAS) to the Netherlands - History, "Political Thought in the Converso World"
- Charles Preston (MED) to Trinidad and Tobago - public health, "Impacts of Youth Participation on Public Health"
- Peter Ou (COL/WH ’03) to China - education, "The Effects of Adult Education on Income Inequality in Urban China"
- Greg Robinson (GAS) to Chile - ethnomusicology, "Music, Regional Identity, and the Border among the Gauchos of Chilean Patagonia"
- Judy Shen (LAW) to China - law, "The Evolution of China's Legal System: Intellectual Property Rights in an Emerging Market Economy"
- Eleanor Scott (COL ’01) to Trinidad and Tobago - dance, "Spoken through Dance: Tobago's Story"
- Nathalie Bragadir (COL '04) to Chile
- Joanna Busch (COL '04/MED '12) to Taiwan
- Melisma Cox (GSE) to Belgium
- Joanne Yun (COL/WH '04) to South Korea
- Daniel Asen (COL/GAS '04) to China - East Asian/Pacific/Australian History, "Forensic Medicine during the Early Republic"
- Danielle Berger (COL '01) to France - Museum Studies, "The Hybridization of Art Museums and Corporate Sponsors: Case Study of the Fondation Cartier"
- Jeffrey Brown (GAS) to Barbados - English, "Emergent Caribbean Novels and the Modernist Tradition"
- David Chang (WH/COL '04) to Japan - Economics, "Foreign Involvement in the Japanese Economy"
- Elizabeth Harvey (LAW) to Tunisia - law, "Abrahamic Influences on Tunisian and American Family Planning Law"
- Jane Hickman (GAS) to Greece - archeology, "Gold and Silver Jewelry of the Early Bronze Age Aegean"
- Stephanie Lo (GSE) to Taiwan - education, "The Global Village and International Education"
- Susan Park (LAW) to the Netherlands - law, "Enforcement of Public International Law: The Role for International Criminal Law"
- Stefania Patinella (COL ’00) to Italy - area studies, "Seed to Table: Lessons from Italy's Cultural Resistance to Industrial Food"
- Teresa Raczek (GAS) to India - archaeology, "Early Indian Technologies and Economies through the Medium of Stone Tools or Lithics"
- Jennifer Riggan (GAS) to Eritrea - education, "The Role of Teachers in Constructing the Eritrean Nation"
- Eduardo Rivas (LAW) to Mexico - business, Binational Business Study and Internship
- Sandra Russell (GAS) to Bahrain - theology and religion, "Bahraini Women and Islamic Legal Reform"
- Christopher Schnader (GAS) to Germany - Germanic languages and literature, "Friendship and Intimacy in German Writings of the 18th Century"