Global Scholar Cohorts

2010 Global Scholars

Seminar: "Truth in a Global World” taught by Professor Brent Steele

Name, Major, and Study Abroad Country

Alexandra Chase, Psychology/International Studies, England

Joshua Dean, Political Science/Economics, Ghana

Katie Fankhauser, Environmental Studies/French, Senegal

Ryan House, Biology/Anthropology, Peru

Sarah McCabe, Journalism/English, England

Jeff Miller, Latin American Studies/Anthropology, Costa Rica

Shenji Pan, Mathematics/Economics, International Student

Jay Patel, Psychology/Spanish, Spain

Taylor Patterson, Biology, England

Amy Sinclair, Microbiology/Russian, Russia

Sara Sneath, Journalism/Sociology, Turkey

Sarah Stern, Journalism/Latin American Studies, Paraguay

Laura Weaver, Political Science/French, England/South Korea

Matthew Werner, Computer Engineering, England

2011 Global Scholars

Seminar: “Imperialism in a Modern World,” taught by Professor Megan Greene

Name, Major, and Study Abroad Country

Margo Bogossian, Journalism/Spanish, Costa Rica

Hannah Duff, Environmental Studies/Global & International Studies, Peru

Jamie Fuller, Anthropology/French, England

Maslyn Locke, Psychology/Global & International Studies, Ireland

Ethan Lovell, English, France

Susie McClanahan, Global and International Studies and East Asian Languages and Cultures, South Korea

Jon Nelson, Sociology, Germany

Phuc Nguyen, Engineering, New Zealand

Brenna Paxton, Visual Communication - Graphic Design, Ireland

Sydney Rayl, English/French, France

Allen Schaidle, Secondary Education, Italy

Nina Scheibe, Music Performance, England

Miles Simpson, Economics/Chinese Language and Culture, China

Amanda Swanson, Linguistics/Spanish, Nicaragua

Jerrica Werner, Chemical Engineering, England

2012 Global Scholars

Seminar: “Memory in a Global Perspective” taught by Professor Elizabeth MacGonagle

Name, Major, and Study Abroad Country

Jennifer Corcoran, Spanish/Pre-Med, Chile

Michael Garrett, Journalism/Spanish, Argentina

Drew Harger, Finance, Costa Rica

Erin Ice, Human Biology/Spanish, Argentina

Heathyr Johnson, Secondary English Education, Italy

Nicole Richardson, Political Science/Global & Int’l Studies, India

Kellen Smutz, Human Biology, Scotland

Aimee Sommerville, Political Science/French, France

Betsy Tampke, Creative Writing/Finance, Costa Rica

Anna Wenner, English/History, England

Kat Youtsey, History, Germany

2014 Global Scholars

Seminar: “Translation” taught by Professor Stanley Lombardo

Name, Major, and Study Abroad Country

William Ashley, Global & Int’l Studies/Chinese Language and Literature, Taiwan

George Blankenau, Biochemistry, Zambia

Erin Calhoun, Human Biology/English, Costa Rica

Elizabeth Chaney, Speech-Language-Hearing, Italy

Alyssa Denneler, Anthropology, France

Kacey Eis, Community Health, South Africa

Lauren Fleming, Political Science/Spanish, Argentina

Ashlie Koehn, Global & International Studies/Economics, Switzerland

Rosalyn Lucas, Japanese Language and Literature, England

Allison Morte, Global & International Studies, Argentina

Jacob Reinig, Finance and Political Science, Morocco

Parker Riley, Computer Science, Russia

Bryce Tappan, Environmental Chemistry, Costa Rica

Claire Zimmerman, Visual Communication Design, Germany

2015 Global Scholars

Seminar: "Community in a Global Context" taught by Professor Dena Register

Name, Major, and Study Abroad Country

BreShawna Briggs, Accounting, India

Victoria Calderon, English/Political Science, United Kingdom

Aidan Dmitriev, Microbiology

Sam Eastes, Journalism/Global & International Studies, Costa Rica

Beth Fentress, Speech-Language-Hearing, China

Abby Fields, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Costa Rica

Libby Grube, Anthropology/History, United Kingdom

Samantha Harms, Environmental Studies/Journalism, Germany

Mara McAllister, Social Welfare/Women’s Studies, United Kingdom

Shiva Pedram, Pre-Med, Spain

Grace Phillips, Economics, United Kingdom

Victoria Purvis, East Asian Languages and Cultures

Alex Robinson, Anthropology/Film Studies, Guatemala

Grace Roth, Civil Engineering, South Africa

Ariane Wright, Economics/English, Costa Rica

2016 Global Scholars

Seminar: "From the Social to the Global: Seeing the World through Flamenco and Latin Popular Dance" taught by Professor Michelle Heffner Hayes

Name, Major, and Study Abroad Country

Elise Arney, Finance and Spanish, Spain

Zaara Baig, Biology and Spanish, Argentina

Rebekah Burgweger, Global & International Studies and Political Science, Morocco

Mallory Copeland, Environmental Science and Chinese, China

Matthew Dunn, History/Political Science/Global & International Studies, Belgium

Chris Fairleigh, Speech-Language-Hearing, Spain

Paige Hansen, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/English, Costa Rica

Danielle London, Peace and Conflict Studies/Global & International Studies, Costa Rica

Megan Peat, Political Science, Norway

Margaret Reed, Business, Czech Republic

Rebecca Reilly, Civil Engineering, Argentina

Sonia Schöneich, Chemistry/Psychology, United Kingdom

Patrick Spanier, Accounting and Chinese Language and Literature, China

Kellor Yde, Political Science/Global & International Studies

2017 Global Scholars

Seminar: “Memory in a Global Perspective” taught by Professor Elizabeth MacGonagle

Name, Major, and Study Abroad Country

Alex Cateforis, English, Art History, Pending

Fsehazion Desalegn, Computer Science, Supply Chain Management, Pending

Gabriel Dorsey, Political Science, Pending

Deanna Dougherty, Exercise Science, Pending

Samuel Fenton, Political Science, Economics, Pending

David Halliwell, Political Science, History, Pending

Samantha King, Spanish, Supply Chain Management, Argentina

Daniel Lee, Global and International Studies, French, Tanzania

Spencer Morgan, Spanish, Microbiology, Pending

Nidhi Patel, Biology, Western Europe

Victoria Reggeti, Exercise Science, Pre Med, Spain

Jason Rydalch, Finance, Economics, Thailand

Maya Van Nuys, Global and International Studies, France

Lilah Wilder, French, Global and International Studies, France

Payton Wilson, Business Marketing, Global and International Studies, Australia

2018 Global Scholars

Seminar: "Biodiversity and Biodiversity Scholarship around the World taught by University Distinguished Professor A. Townsend Peterson

Name, Major, and Study Abroad Country

Mackenzie Aden, Political Science and History

Alexandra Carroll, Visual Communication

Matti Dimmick, Slavic Languages

Annabel Dolan, International Studies and French

Johnathan Fancher, Political Science and Global and International Studies

Harriett Hobart, Environmental Studies

Brooke Lapke, Microbiology

Natalia Leyba, Electrical Engineering

Tyler Nguyen, Chemistry

Elizabeth Phillips, Music Performance and Behavioral Neuroscience

Matthew Reinhold, Linguistics and Global and International Studies

Erika Sertic, Double Language concentration

Ruth Taylor, East Asian Languages and Cultures and Spanish

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