Fellows and Projects
Internship at Centropa
Marta Berg ('04, Biology and Art double major) created a documentary video for Centropa during her semester away in Vienna.
Emma Rubin ('07, Comparative American Studies) conducted interviews relevant to her honors thesis on the socio-cultural role of promotoras in the Mexico-USA border areas.
Juliet Lu ('08, Politics and East Asian Studies double major) created a documentary video describing the fate of traditional neighborhoods (hutongs) as Beijing continues to modernize.
Selling Ornamentals in Tanzania
Hannah Lyon ('09, Environmental Studies) examined the role that roadside nurserymen inadvertently play in promoting environmental stewardship during her semester in Arusha.
Educating Girls in Namibia
Rachel Rothgery ('10, Politics and African-American Studies double major) helped lay the groundwork for setting up an elementary school for girls in Niger during her semester in Niamey.
Environmental Concerns in Western China
Allegra Fonda-Bonardi ('10, Politics and Environmental Studies double major), during her semester in Beijing, traveled to Qinghai and Gansu to learn about environmental degradation and concerns of local residents.
Violeta Pena ('12, History and Hispanic Studies double major) examined existing editions of Don Quijote in the Biblioteca Nacional (Madrid) to clarify the literary, editing, and printing inconsistencies between the 1605 and 1615 editions the Miguel de Cervantes classic during her semester in Spain.
Transportation in Bolivia
Eliana Golding ('13, Politics) studied the politics of expanding the public transport system to previously inaccessible neighborhoods in Cochabamba during her semester in Bolivia.
Madeline Stocker ('16, Politics) interned at the Namibian Women's Network during her semester in Windhoek and helped organize community groups to increase HIV/AIDS awareness.
The Netherlands Parliament in Action
Heather Crampton-Hays ('16, Politics) observed the Dutch Parliament in session during her semester aboard in Strasbourg.
Music and Cultural Activism in Ireland
Maureen Sheehan ('23, Viola Performance, Anthropology) examined the public response to the Dublin City Council's proposal to demolish a beloved local pub in a bid to erect a multi-story new building.
The Business of Formula 1
Ozum Pamucku ('23, Economics and Music Studies) examined the marketing changes that have attended the 2017 acquisition of Formula 1 by Liberty Media Corporation.
Refugees' Public Health in Colombia
Cameron Montague ('24, Psychology and Comparative American Studies) studied the psychosocial experiences of Venezuelan caminantes in Colombia.
Art in Copenhagen's Built Enviroment
Ava Chessum ('24, Art Historty) examined how public art relates to the urban landscape in Copenhagen.