2016 Fulbright Scholar
A graduate student has earned a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant grant to Brazil. The student wishes to keep her identity private.
The U.S. Student Fulbright Program, a federally sponsored international, educational and cultural exchange, recognizes academic merit and leadership potential. The program promotes mutual understanding between U.S. residents and people in more than 155 countries worldwide. Fulbrights are among the most prestigious awards in higher education.
“This award is the culmination of a very long and arduous journey. While it in some way signifies an ending, it is also the beginning of something new and exciting. It’s the opportunity to combine the things I’m most passionate about and share it with others, across borders.”
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Graduates May 2016 from the College of Education and Human Development with a master’s degree in teaching.
“Dr. Elizabeth Patton: this well-respected individual not only took the time to write me an incredible recommendation letter, but she has become an important figure in my life. She has become mentor, role model, and most importantly, a trusted confidant. Dr. Patton is someone I aspire to be like some day. Dr. John Finch: Dr. Finch awoke a passion in me that I didn’t know I had for multicultural education. His vast knowledge, frankness, and kindness are something to be admired. He’s one of the few professors I have come across, in my long academic career, whose respect I’d like to have and keep. Dr. Patricia Condon: Dr. Condon was with me from the very beginning. Everything she contributed from our initial meeting to my committee interview/review was invaluable. I am grateful for her knowledge, feedback, and patience throughout the process.”