2019–20 Award Winners
Rishi Mehta is a third-year student in the College of Medicine working towards a B.S. in Medical Sciences with minors in Economics and Public Health as well as a Certificate in Integrative Health and Wellness.
Zachary Thomas is a fourth year student in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, working towards a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Materials Engineering.
Erika Nguyen is a Medical Sciences major and a recipient of the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Award. She will be traveling to Vietnam.
Mia Turnbull, a Fulbright finalist, graduated in May of 2020 from the University of Cincinnati. She majored in Early Childhood Education and obtained a Spanish minor while at the university.
Jeff Banks is a PhD Candidate in Aegean Bronze Age archaeology, focusing on ceramics on the Bronze Age Greek Mainland. His dissertation is on the Early Helladic period at Corinth. As a Fulbright Study/Research grantee, he will be traveling to Greece.
Dylan Naitraj David ("Raj") is a graduate student in the University of Cincinnati's Immunology Graduate Training Program. He has completed all of his coursework and will graduate with his Master of Science in Immunology in Spring 2021.
Morgan Dent is a Medical Sciences major and a recipient of the Fulbright UK Summer Institute Grant. She will be traveling to Northern Ireland this summer.
Mohamed Elzarka, from Cincinnati, Ohio, is pursuing an MD at Stanford School of Medicine. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati (UC) with bachelor’s degrees in neurobiology and liberal arts, and with a master’s degree in public health.
Parker Cellura (he/him), a May 2020 graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s Political Science department, received an invitation to participate in Humanity in Action’s Netherlands Human Rights Fellowship this past summer.
2019-2020 Award Finalists
Anna Armao, a December 2019 University of Cincinnati graduate, was a finalist for the Marshall Scholarship.
Chinmay Bakshi is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Neurobiology and Liberal Arts with an emphasis in public health.
Isabel Slonneger is an Environmental Studies major and a finalist for the Boren Awards.