Brandt Coleman

2016 Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals scholar

Brandt Coleman

Brandt Coleman

Junior Brandt Coleman will spend a year in Germany as a Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals scholar. The award is funded by the U.S. Department of State and aims to strengthen ties and understanding between Americans and Germans. During his time abroad, Coleman will spend two months in an intensive language program, four months studying at a university and four months working as an intern. He will live with a host family.

“I really want to continue my studies in marine biology and geosciences. That is what I want to study most.”

Collegiate experience

  • Areas of study:
    Graduates May 2017 from the College of Arts and Sciences with an individualized liberal studies degree in environmental analysis and conservation biology.
  • Other recognition and honors:
    David and Betty Jones Scholarship; 2015 Etscorn International Summer Research Scholarship.

Hometown information

  • Hometown:
    Fort Mitchell, Ky
  • High school:
    2013 graduate of Beechwood Independent High School
  • Parents:
    Janet and Don Coleman, Fort Mitchell