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Student Success Stories

Listed below are the Azusa Pacific University students who successfully navigated the Fulbright Program process and were named Fulbright Scholars:

Chad Richard (B.A. ’12)
Teaching assistantship to Brazil, 2013–14

Justin Strong (B.A. ’08)
Philosophy grant in Germany, 2013–14

Aly Easton (B.A. ’12)
Deaf theater studies grant in Italy, 2013–14

Cameron Demetre (B.A. ’13)
Teaching assistantship to South Korea, 2013–14

Lauren Bugg (B.A. ’13)
Teaching assistantship to Turkey, 2013–14

Matthew Gonzalez (B.A. ’10)
English teaching assistantship to Spain, 2012–13

Margarita Ramirez (B.A. ’11)
Research grant in political science in Portugal, 2012–13

Benjamin Berk (B.A. ’10)
English teaching assistantship to Bulgaria, 2011–12

Katie Scroggs (B.A. ’10)
English teaching assistantship to Malaysia, 2011–12

Alcira Ascencio (M.A. ’10)
Research grant in psychology to Jordan, 2010–11

Joelle Baker (B.A. ’10)
English teaching assistantship to South Korea, 2010–11

Sarah Breslin (B.A. ’10)
English teaching assistantship to Turkey, 2010–11

Brian Kraft (B.A. ’10)
English teaching assistantship to Indonesia, 2010–11

Kelsey Maass (B.A. ’09)
English teaching assistantship to Andorra, 2009–10

Jonathan Berk (B.A. ’05)
English teaching assistantship to Slovakia, 2008–09

Colby Carter (B.A. ’08)
English teaching assistantship to South Korea, 2008–09

Brooke Pearson (B.A. ’08)
English teaching assistantship to Macau, 2008–09

Kristen Higgins (B.A. ’07)
English teaching assistantship to Indonesia, 2007–08

Stephanie Kiel (B.A. ’07)
English teaching assistantship to Turkey, 2007–08

Alice Serar (B.A. ’06)
Research grant in international relations to European Union, 2007–08

Steven Micetic (B.S. ’06)
Research grant in economic development to Bangladesh, 2006–07

Elizabeth Anderson (B.A. ’05)
English teaching assistantship to South Korea, 2005–06‚ 2006–07‚ and 2007–08

Jennifer Hume
Research grant in business and management to China, 2005–06

Caleb Kim (B.A. ’04)
English teaching assistantship to South Korea, 2004–05 and 2005–06

Daniel Cotoi (B.A. ’03 and B.S. ’03)
Research grant in philosophy to Romania, 2004–05

Annette McCabe (B.A. ’03)
Research grant in Islamic studies to Tunisia, 2003–04

Robert Brigham (B.A. ’01)
Research grant in musicology to Romania, 2003–04