Global Scholars

Alexandra Duffy

  Alexandra Duffy, 22, a graduate of Tulane University, with a dual degree in international development and finance, has her sights set on a career promoting financial literacy and reforming global lending practices. “I don’t just want to see the

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EISENHOWER FELLOWSHIPS NAMES 2021-2022 GLOBAL SCHOLARS

Strengthening its vibrant partnership with two prestigious European universities, Eisenhower Fellowships today named its 2021-2022 class of four Eisenhower Global Scholars. The unique program, inaugurated in 2020, harnesses the power and prestige of EF’s diverse global network of midcareer professionals

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Swathi Ramprasad

  Swathi Ramprasad, 21, a graduate of Duke University, with a double major in computer science and public policy, founded the university’s Cyber Policy and Gender Violence Initiative and is its principal researcher. Through the university’s Kenan Institute for Ethics,

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Ariel Rebecca Zlatkin

  Ariel Rebecca Zlatkin, 24, a graduate of Wellesley College, served four years on the board of its Hillel affiliate, ensuring that the interests and needs of Jewish students were heard by the greater student body. As philanthropy chair of

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Samuel Vilchez Santiago

  Samuel Vilchez Santiago, 24, a graduate of Princeton University, is the Florida campaign coordinator for “All Voting is Local,” a project of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, an umbrella group of civil-rights organizations. Born in Venezuela,

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EISENHOWER GLOBAL SCHOLARS: NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

Eisenhower Fellowships is accepting applications for its dynamic one-year postgraduate study program abroad leading to a Master degree in public policy or international relations at two prestigious European universities. Eisenhower Global Scholars will receive an all-expenses-paid year of intense academic

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Regina Siedow

  Regina is a volunteer in the Peace Corps, having just returned home to Eau Claire, Wisconsin from her assignment in Bembou, Senegal, a 1,200-person village in southeast Senegal. There she learned Malinke, the language spoken in the area, and

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Christian Correa

  Christian, 21, served as Vice-Chair of the Undergraduate Senate at UNC, where he helped lead the effort that led to the removal of the Confederate Monument on campus. He also championed an initiative to create a Latinx Center at

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Sruthi Palaniappan

  Sruthi, 22, graduated this spring from Harvard University where she served as the Student Body President. Among her honors, she won the Harvard College Civic Engagement Award in 2017 and was named Distinguished Young Woman of Iowa in 2016.

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