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Winter-Cohen Family/Brueggeman Fellows 2012-2013

Students Chosen for 2012-2013 Academic Year


Posted by: xavier on May 11, 2012

The Winter-Cohen Family/Brueggeman Fellows for academic year 2012-2013 have been chosen

The Winter-Cohen Family/Brueggeman Fellows for academic year 2012-2013 have been chosen.

Listed below are the students, class status, destination, and research topic.  In addition, they will be participating in a reading and discussion group with the other fellows, and engaging in a year-long research project of their own design with the director of the Center.  
 

Abby Anderson, Class of 2013
Manresa& Barcelona Spain,Paris,Rome/following the footsteps of Ignatius of Loyola
 
Grace Badik, Class of 2013
Central and Eastern Europe/community organizing
 
Meaghan Clark, Class of 2013
India/incorporation of deep seeded homeopathic traditional medicine and modern medicine
 
Tim Holliday, Class of 2014
Washington State/interview Klallam people of various generations and levels of “global assimilation”
 
Josephine Lando, Class of 2014
Rwanda/rebuilding the lives of women through business education
 
Ryan Lavalley, Graduate Student
Guatemala & Nicaragua/the influences of cultural differences within therapeutic techniques
 
Marita Rivir, Class of 2013
Eastern Europe/the cultural effects of infectious disease
 
Kelly Schmidt, Class of 2014
Eastern Europe/ethnocentrism and discrimination toward ethnic groups
 
Christine Ulrich, Class of 2014
Haiti or South Africa/normalization of children

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