2020–21 Award Winners
Sanjeeth Rajaram is a third-year student in the College of Medicine, pursuing a BS in Medical Sciences with a minor in Public Health and certificate in Bioethics. He was recently named a 2021 Barry Goldwater Scholar.
Caleb Akers is a fourth-year student at UC from Columbus, Ohio double majoring in International Affairs and Political Science. He is a recipient of the Boren Scholarship and will study Bahasa in Indonesia.
Adam Elzarka is a second-year student double majoring in Medical Sciences and Liberal Arts with concentrations in Arabic, Philosophy, and Psychology. He is a recipient of the Boren Scholarship and will study Arabic in Jordan.
Nicholas Marx is a second year student at UC double majoring in French and Mathematics with a certificate in Spanish. He is a recipient of the Boren Scholarship and will study French in Senegal.
Austin Snider is a senior pursuing a BS degree in Cybersecurity. As a recipient of the Boren Scholarship, Austin will study Korean for a full year at the Korean Language Education Center at Sogang University.
Nicholas Marx is a second year student at UC double majoring in French and Mathematics with a certificate in Spanish. He is a recipient of the Critical Language Scholarship.
Mahesh Gowda is pursuing a double degree program at the University of Cincinnati earning a bachelor's in information technology and an MBA while minoring in Asian Studies. He is a recipient of the Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship.
Haley Bertram is a Ph.D. candidate in Classical Archaeology in the UC Department of Classics. She is a recipient of the Fulbright Study/Research Grant in France.
Annie Barr McAllister, is a Doctorate of Musical Arts candidate in Voice at CCM intending to graduate this summer, 2021. She is a recipient of the Fulbright Study/Research Grant in Ireland.
Matthew Raj is a recent graduate of the University of Cincinnati, earning dual degrees in Medical Sciences and Spanish with a minor in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies. He is a recipient of the Fulbright ETA in Mexico.
2020–21 Award Finalists
Chinmay Bakshi is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Neurobiology and Liberal Arts with an emphasis in public health and a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship.
Matthew Clayton is a recent graduate of the University of Cincinnati, earning degrees in Computer Engineering and Political Science with a minor in Computer Science. He was named an alternate for the Fulbright Study/Research Grant in Estonia.
Marcus McDowell, a finalist for the Schwarzman Scholarship, graduated in the summer of 2019 with a degree in Interdisciplinary studies merging design, marketing, and global entrepreneurship.
Camryn Morrow, a finalist for the Truman Scholarship, is dedicated to empowering the next generation of leaders through arts education and access.