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Fulbrights Around the Globe

Seven graduates of the Class of 2005 received prestigious Fulbright Fellowships to pursue research or teach around the globe. This year’s Fulbright recipients include:

Jennifer Ah-Kee, a molecular biology major from Pukalani, Maui, Hawaii, will travel to Montpelier, France, to work in the laboratory of Philippe Pasero, where she will study the technique of dynamic molecular combing of DNA.

Satusuk Joy Bhosai, an anthropology and neuroscience double major from Clovis, Calif., will research healthcare in Thailand. She will analyze the socio-cultural context in which healthcare is practiced, with particular attention to the diagnosis and conceptualization of cancer.

Noah Buhayar, an English major from Kansas City, Mo., will teach English in Chile. While there, he plans to study Chilean literature, in particular poets who write on ecology and environmentalism, and volunteer for a literacy program or a park or nature reserve.

Angelica DeWitt, a history major from San Jose, Calif., will teach English in Indonesia. While in Indonesia, she plans to research literacy with the aim of comparing it to research she’s done on the role of nationalism in literacy campaigns in Central America. She also plans to learn classical dance and batik making and to study Bahasa Indonesia, the primary language of Indonesia.

Constance Harrell, an international relations major from Atlanta, will study educational development and religion in Senegal. Based in Dakar, she will research how a variety of organizations are addressing the issue of homeless youth.
Anne Paprocki, an English and French double major from Seattle, will teach English in France while studying the writings of Marguerite Duras.

Joseph Richards, a mathematics major from Hacienda Heights, Calif., will travel to La Serena, Chile, to work with astronomer Hugo Schwarz to determine the three-dimensional structure of planetary nebulae. Richards will work with Schwarz on studying the origin of faint rings that surround the bright shell of many planetary nebulae.
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