My Fulbright Year: Reflections from Germany, Nepal, and Uganda

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Moderator: Dr. Stephen Wainscott, Fulbright Coordinator; Panelists: Hattie Duplechain ’10, Brett Mills ’12, and Lauren Harroff ’12

During this session, three Clemson alumni will share their experiences as recipients of Fulbright Grants. In 2010-11 Hattie Duplechain (English & Communications Studies) taught English in Kathmandu, Nepal. In 2012-13 Lauren Harroff (Biosystems Engineering) researched the development and use of biofuels in Uganda, while Brett Mills (History and German) taught English in a high school in Jena, Germany. In addition to their personal stories, these Clemson graduates will offer tips and advice to prospective applicants.



March 17, 2017 50:59
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About 2017 Global Symposium

The Clemson Global Symposium was originally created by a collaboration of recent Clemson Alumni, current Clemson students, faculty, and staff with their eyes on the following mission: to serve as a catalyst in fostering the development of Clemson students as global citizens. The Symposium focuses on two main goals: To foster awareness of cross-cultural understanding through opportunities for overseas service and/or academic and research activities and to encourage engagement of Clemson students in taking on global responsibilities and problem solving in partnership with citizens from other countries. More sessions will be added as they are available.