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2011-2012 Grant and Scholarship Recipients

2011-2012 Foreign Fellows

The Fulbright Program supports educational exchanges that strengthen understanding and communication between the United States and over 140 countries. The program has enriched the lives of over 225,000 men and women and has brought some of the world's finest minds to U.S. campuses. More than 1,300 new Foreign Fulbright Fellows/Students enter U.S. academic programs each year. Many Fulbrighters are young professionals who will return to responsible positions in their home countries. They often are involved in building institutions and government service when they return home.

2011 – 2012 Foreign Fulbright Fellows

    • Santiago Cadavid Restrepo, Columbia, Integrated Systems Engineering


    • Muhammad Chaudhry, Pakistan, Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics


    • Santosh Dahakal, Nepal, Food Science and Technology


    • Hideaki Kami, Japan, History


    • Marina Kuzina, Russia, Teaching and Learning


    • Abdul Maalik, Pakistan, Electrical and Computer Engineering


    • Maria Victoria Marquez, Argentina, History


    • Maria Belen Ortiz Garcia, Peru, Integrated Systems Engineering


    • Anil Kenneth Persad, Trinidad and Tobago, Comparative and Veterinary Medicine


    • Alejandro Jose Pina Ortega, Venezuela, Electrical and Computer Engineering


    • Melissa Pizzarro Aguilar, Costa Rica, Integrated Systems Engineering


    • Sujan Rana, Nepal, Public Health


    • Mauricio Javier Rodriguez Sandoval, Ecuador, Environment & Natural Resources


    • Artani Sari, Indonesia, Teaching and Learning


    • Hyunjin Song, South Korea, Communication


    • Hugo Alfredo Taracena Pinzon, Guatemala, Integrated Systems Engineering


    • Emre Tepe, Turkey, Knowlton School of Architecture


  • Marina Tsyrempilova, Russia, Teaching and Learning