Thursday, April 7, 2011

Carolina Students Win Fulbrights, Burch Research Fellowships

Eight UNC students will have the opportunity to travel around the world in pursuit of research and service:
  • Seniors Hogan Medlin and Emma Din have been awarded Fulbright grants to teach English overseas after graduation. Hogan Medlin, the 2010-2011 student body president, will be teaching in South Korea, where he also hopes to start a project to develop leadership in young people. Emma Din will teach in Colombia, where she plans to get involved in a project related to public health. Read more.
  • Five juniors and one sophomore have been selected as Burch Research Fellows and will undertake independent research projects around the globe this summer. Read more about their projects.