Rachel Charow, Research Fellowship – Chile
Schuyler Colloredo-Mansfeld, Research Fellowship – India
Susannah Dibble, Research Fellowship – EU
Theodore Goetemann, Research Fellowship – China
Harrison Goohs, Research Fellowship – Austria
Bhavya Jha, Research Fellowship – EU
Saumya Kasliwal, Research Fellowship – Netherlands
Emily Koch, Research Fellowship – Vietnam
Alexandra Machetanz, Research Fellowship – Chile
Douglas McKnight, Research Fellowship – Austria
Percy Metcalfe, Research Fellowship – Poland
Taylor Prescott, Research Fellowship – Jamaica
Katherine Schmidt, Research Fellowship – China
Ainsley Trahan, Research Fellowship – India
William Travers Research Fellowship – Germany
Graham Willard, Research Fellowship – Barbados
Jane Donnelly Research Fellowship – UK

Elizabeth Bassini, Study Fellowship – Spain
Camden Blatchly, Study Fellowship – France
Rosalie Daniels, Study Fellowship – Israel

Laura Romero Ramirez, Bi-national internship – Mexico
Anna Boyd, Bi-national internship – Mexico

Austin Stollhaus, Teaching Country: Brazil
Brent Peabody, Teaching Country: Brazil
Ezequiel Gutierrez, Teaching Country: Brazil  
Jordan Cynewski, Teaching Country: Bulgaria
Sophie Shoultz, Teaching Country: Bulgaria
Maria Parra, Teaching Country: Colombia
Cory Richardson, Teaching Country: Estonia
Julia Dutkiewicz, Teaching Country: Germany
Paige Harouse, Teaching Country: Germany
Timothy Bradley, Teaching Country: Germany    
Ankita Jain, Teaching Country: India
Helen Ahearne-Ray, Teaching Country: South Korea 
Peter Johnston, Teaching Country: South Korea
Kevin Gorton, Teaching Country: Malaysia
Ian Scholer, Teaching Country: Mexico
Charles Budris, Teaching Country: Montenegro
Rocio Mondragon Reyes, Teaching Country: Peru
Caroline Carrothers, Teaching Country: Portugal
Anna Louise Campbell, Teaching Country: Russia
Natalia Bertuol, Teaching Country: Russia
Mayeesha Galiba, Teaching Country: Serbia
Caroline Zuckerman, Teaching Country: Spain
Claire Reardon, Teaching Country: Spain
Emily Ressler, Teaching Country: Spain
Erin Luck, Teaching Country: Spain
Mika Skibinsky, Teaching Country: Taiwan
Nicholas Gardiner, Teaching Country: Taiwan
Kate Phillips, Teaching Country: Uzbekistan
Alyssa  Alfonso, Teaching Country: Vietnam

Gladys Adarkwah (COL ’20) | Singapore
Degrees: B.A. in Government, Minor in African Studies
Bio: In the spring of 2019, Gladys will study abroad in Singapore, which relates to her interests in government. During the summer of 2018, Gladys was a legislative intern for Congresswoman Lisa Rochester. 

Dulce Perez Briones (COL ’20) | South Korea
Degrees: B.A. in Linguistics
Bio: During the spring of 2019, Dulce will be studying abroad in South Korea, which directly relates to Dulce’s passion for linguistics and language.

Vera Aluoch (SFS ’20) | Morocco
Degrees: B.S.F.S. in Culture and Politics

Guadalupe Avila (COL ’20) | Spain
Degrees: B.A. in Government, Minor in Spanish and Economics
Bio: During the spring of 2019, Guadalupe will be studying abroad in Spain. During the fall semester, Guadalupe served as a Public Policy Intern for the Council for Opportunity in Education. 

Amanda Cortes (COL ’20) | Spain
Degrees: B.A. in Sociology
Bio: During the spring of 2019, Amanda will be studying abroad in Spain. During the fall semester, Amanda served as an Equity Research Analyst for BLK Capital Management. Amanda will intern as a Wealth Management Summer Analyst at Morgan Stanley during the summer of 2019.

Forrest Gertin (SFS ’20) | France
Degrees: B.S.F.S. in International Political Economy

Sowon Hwang (MSB ’20) | Denmark
Degrees: B.A. in Marketing and Accounting

Arthur Rodriguez (SFS ’20) | Spain
Degrees: B.S.F.S. in Science, Technology, and International Affairs
Bio: In the spring of 2019, Arthur will be studying abroad in Spain. On campus, Arthur serves as the President for the Blue and Gray Tour Guide Society, a Development Chair for Georgetown Opportunities for Leadership Development (GOLD), and is a member of the Georgetown Saxatones. During the fall semester, Arthur was the Latin America Team Intern for Ashoka.

Brian Ferguson  (COL ’18) | Oxford University

Brian Ferguson

Degrees: B.A. in Government, Minor in African Studies

Bio: Brian is a recent Georgetown graduate who has overcome many difficulties, including being wrongfully convicted and incarcerated, on his journey to becoming a Marshall Scholar. While at Georgetown, Brian a nonprofit called Start Line, which helps those who have been incarcerated reintegrate into mainstream society, often hailed the “Yelp for returning citizens.” Currently, Brian serves as the Director of DC Mayor’s Office on Returning Citizen Affairs. At Oxford, Brian will study criminal justice reform and policy surrounding the criminal justice system using an international and interdisciplinary method.

Bianca Uribe (COL ’18)

Bianca Uribe

Degrees: B.A. in Anthropology, Minor in Portuguese
Bio: While at Georgetown, Bianca was a GU Impacts Fellow in Lima with the Beeck Center, a Co-Chair of SOCA, and completed independent research with the help of the Kalorama Fellowship and Scott MacPherson Stapleton Award. With the Rangel, Bianca hopes to gain the experience, training, and knowledge necessary to become a U.S. Diplomat with years of service in Latin America and Africa. Bianca is particularly interested in questions of intersectionality within the foreign service field.

Wookjae Jung (SFS ’15)

Degrees: Pursuing a Master of Public Administration from Seoul National University (2019), B.S.F.S. in International Political Economy.
Bio: Wookjae graduated from Georgetown in 2015. Since graduation, Wookjae has been attending graduate school in South Korea and serving as a Foreign Affairs Aide to the Minister of National Defense of South Korea. 

Gary Xie (SFS’19)