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Twenty-seven from Stanford win Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants

Jun 10 2019

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Awards, Students
by Kathleen Sullivan

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The Bechtel International Center recently announced that 27 people with Stanford affiliations, including seniors, graduate students and alumni, have won grants to pursue special projects abroad next year with funding from the FULBRIGHT U.S. STUDENT PROGRAM.

Under the program, they will travel to 15 countries, including Italy, Hungary, Nepal, Netherlands, Paraguay, Spain and Vietnam. They will carry out individually designed study/research projects or take part in English Teaching Assistant Programs.

  • Cheyenne Garcia (BA in Psychology, ’19) Netherlands – will examine the relationship between “free-range” parenting in the Netherlands and the development of child autonomy.
  • Madelaine Graber (BA in Psychology, ’18 and BA Slavic Languages and Literature, ’18, MA in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies, ’19) Russia – will examine how schizophrenia manifests in the Russian cultural context at Kazan State Medical University.