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2015-2016 Brueggeman Fellows Selected

Posted by: james on Apr 26, 2015

The students will engage in a year of independent research followed by an immersion/research trip. They will also participate in an interdisciplinary learning community at the Center for the entire academic year. The Fellows are a diverse group, representing all three colleges at Xavier. Click this annoucement for details.

Rachel Fletcher, Class of 2017
Biology Major
Sustainable Alternatives: Brassica Biofumigation
Immersion/Research Trip: Australia

Anna Harty, Class of 2016 
Gender and Diversity Studies Major 
Role of Women in Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding
Immersion/Research Trip: Indonesia, New Guinea

Abigail Maristela, Class of 2016
Psychology and Sociology Major
Current and Impending Fate of Environmental Refugees in the Pacific Islands
Immersion/ResearchTrip: Pacific Islands

Daniel Newman, Class of 2017
Biology Major
Species Conservation and the Role of Socioeconomic and Cultural Context
Immersion/Research Trip: India, Nepal

Sarah Ochieng, Class of 2017
Political Science, English Major
Ending Early Child Marriages in Africa
Immersion/Research Trip: Africa, South Africa

Alison Trianfo, Class of 2017 
PPP and International Studies Major
Cultural and Legal Responses to Gender-Based Violence
Immersion/Research Trip: Eastern Europe or Latin AMERICA

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