Global Education for All Fellows 

The Global Education for All Fellowship is a campuswide student committee created to further develop and implement Global Education for All—a goal aiming to provide 100% of our undergraduate, graduate, and professional students with global learning opportunities that change their lives and our world.

Global Education for All Fellows work on special projects in student teams, receive professional development support, and have opportunities to network with leaders across campus.

Global Education for All Fellows outside International Center
2019-20 Global Education for All Fellows outside the International Center on campus.


2020-21 Global Education for All Fellows

Student Leaders

  • Kavya Achyutuni, undergraduate student, pharmaceutical chemistry, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Irina Chukhray, Ph.D. student, sociology, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Patrick Cunningham, Ph.D. student, civil and environmental engineering, College of Engineering
  • Esther DeLozier, Ph.D. student, ethnomusicology, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Alina Kajley, undergraduate student, global disease biology, College of Biological Sciences
  • Nadia Moukanni, Ph.D. student, soils and biogeochemistry, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Fellows

  • Pratibha Agarwal, M.S. student, computer science, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Haley Ali, undergraduate student, cell biology, College of Biological Sciences
  • Anca Barcu, M.S. student, horticulture and agronomy, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Jinguang Chai, undergraduate student, mathematics, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Charles “Kiki” Crawford, Ph.D. student, molecular, cellular, and integrative physiology, College of Biological Sciences
  • Audrey Geise, Ph.D. student, soils and biogeochemistry, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Andressa Vidigal Rosenberg, Ph.D. student, musicology, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Esra Hawsawi, undergraduate student, materials science and engineering, College of Engineering
  • Kate Johnson, undergraduate student, general statistics, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Akshaya Karthikeyan, undergraduate student, cell biology, College of Biological Sciences
  • Stacy Kim, DVM student, School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Charlene Lujan Vega, Ph.D. student, pharmacology and toxicology, College of Biological Sciences and College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Sophia Mares de Juan, undergraduate student, international relations and sociology, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Ben Mattison, Ph.D. student, biomedical engineering, College of Engineering
  • Marina Mautner, Ph.D. student, hydrologic sciences, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Carolina Minami Oguchi, Ph.D. student, computer science, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Isabelle Pai, Ph.D. student, psychology, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Lena Ray, undergraduate student, biochemical engineering, College of Engineering
  • Jessica Rudder, Ph.D. student, agricultural resource economics, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Melody Sie, undergraduate student, international relations, College of Letters and Sciences
  • Mandeep Singh Basson, Ph.D. student, civil and environmental engineering, College of Engineering
  • Wendong Song, undergraduat student, undeclared major
  • Johanna Vega-Garcia, Ph.D. student, School of Education
  • Felicia Yen, B.S., '20, cell biology, College of Biological Sciences
     

2019-20 Global Education for All Fellows

Student Leaders

  • Nehal Jain, undergraduate student, managerial economics and design, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and College of Letters and Science 
  • Alina Kajley, undergraduate student, global disease biology, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Paul Kasemsap, Ph.D. student, horticulture and agronomy, College of Agricultural and
    Environmental Sciences

Fellows

  • Kavya Achyutuni, undergraduate student, biochemistry and molecular biology, College of Biological Sciences
  • Marielle Berman, MBA student, Graduate School of Management
  • Balvinder Chand, undergraduate student, sustainable environmental design, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Irina Chukhray, Ph.D. student, sociology, College of Letters and Science
  • Patrick Cunningham, Ph.D. student, civil and environmental engineering, College of Engineering
  • Esther DeLozier, Ph.D. student, ethnomusicology, College of Letters and Science
  • Andressa Goncalves-Vidigal, Ph.D. student, musicology, College of Letters and Science
  • Esra Hawsawi, undergraduate student, materials science and engineering, College of Engineering 
  • Stacy Kim, DVM student, School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Marina Mautner, Ph.D. student, hydrologic sciences, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Nadia Moukanni, Ph.D. student, soils and biogeochemistry, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Adebola “Bola” Olarewaju, Ph.D. student, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing
  • Nahrain Rasho, Ph.D. student, political science, College of Letters and Science
  • David Soltero, undergraduate student, Chicana/o studies and English, College of Letters and Science
  • Hasitha Tumu, undergraduate student, applied physics, College of Letters and Science
  • Johanna Vega-Garcia, Ph.D. student, School of Education
  • Felicia Yen, undergraduate student, cell biology, College of Biological Sciences
  • Marwa Zafarullah, Ph.D. student, integrative genetics and genomics, College of Biological Sciences 

More Information

Visit the Global Education for All webpages to find out more about the initiative. To learn more about giving opportunities, please see our Global Affairs Giving page.

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