Katie Reich Costanza

CGI is proud to announce that 18 UNC students have been selected as semi-finalists for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program!

All semi-finalists have been reviewed and recommended by the National Screening Committee and will advance to the final round of review.

Congratulations to the following students!

  • Cicek Beeby: PhD candidate | Archeology research in Greece
  • Peter Cooke: Undergraduate | Social Work research in Greece
  • Steven Doerstling: Undergraduate | Public Health research in Sweden
  • Carlee Forbes: PhD candidate | Art & Architectural History research in Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Molly Green: PhD candidate | Anthropology research in Colombia
  • Benjamin Haynes: Undergraduate | English Teaching Assistantship in Malaysia
  • Xingyue He: Undergraduate | English Teaching Assistantship in Kazakhstan
  • Monique LaBorde: Undergraduate | Gender Studies research in Iceland
  • Max Lazar: PhD candidate | History (Modern) research in Germany
  • Meredith Miller: Undergraduate | Museum Studies research in Czech Republic
  • Sarah Molina: Undergraduate | Museum Studies research in Ireland
  • Blake O’Connor: Undergraduate | English Teaching Assistantship in India
  • Virginia Olmsted: PhD candidate |  History (Modern) research in Russia
  • Grace Pickens: Undergraduate | English Teaching Assistantship in Argentina
  • Isabel Pinheiro: Undergraduate | Interdisciplinary Studies research in South Africa
  • Kailey Rocker: PhD candidate | Anthropology research in Albania
  • Matthew Schueller: PhD candidate | Archeology research in Bulgaria
  • Nora Weber: Master’s candidate | Education research in Germany

 

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program allows graduating seniors, master’s students, doctoral candidates, and recent graduates to self-design a research/study project, or serve as an English Teaching Assistant in one of more than 140 countries. The Fulbright program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and is managed nationally by the Institute of International Education and at UNC by the Center for Global Initiatives.

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