Alumni Awarded Fulbright Grants

Eight alumni have been awarded 2016–17 Fulbright U.S. Student grants. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the largest U.S. exchange program, offering grants for students and young professionals to undertake individually-designed international research and study projects or primary and secondary school teaching in English-language classrooms. During their grant periods, Fulbrighters meet, work, live with and learn from the people of their host country.

The program currently awards approximately 1,900 grants annually in all fields of study and operates in more than 140 countries.

The following alumni were accepted into the 2016–17 program: Alina Dunlap ’16, political science, Russia, English Teaching Assistantship; Laura Fisher ’14, po- litical science, France, Joint Master in International Public Management (Sciences Po) and M.Sc. in International Political Economy (London School of Economics); Daniel Garton ’16, linguistics, and neuroscience and behavior, Finland, Novel Mouse Models Allow Unique Analysis of Endogenous GDNF Function in Adult Stiratum; David Hamburger ’16, political science, India, English Teaching Assistantship; Jared Namba ’16, East Asian studies, South Korea, English Teaching Assistantship; Karleta Peterson ’16, sociology, South Korea, English Teaching Assistantship; Dakota Ross- Cabrera ’16, American studies, Spain, English Teaching Assistantship; and Lindsey Walter ’16, sustainable development, Germany, Heidelberg: A Case Study on Clean Energy and Related Policies.

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