2016-2017 Non-Residential Graduate Fellowship Recipients

The International House Non-Residential Fellowship Program helps ensure the exceptional geographic, cultural and economic diversity that is central to the mission of the House and the University of Chicago. During the 2016-2017 academic year, the Non-Residential Graduate Fellowship Program will provide support to 21 students from all graduate divisions of the University. Fellows came from 13 countries and were selected based on academic merit, leadership abilities, community activities, and their ability to contribute to the diversity in the House.

Non-Resident Graduate Fellows

Hiroshi Akai, Japan, Chicago Harris

Vidura Jang Bahadur, India, Visual Arts, Humanities Division

Manuel Cabal, George and Catherine Watkins Fellow, Mexico, Political Science, Social Sciences Division, 

Alan Chang, United States, Mathematics, Physical Sciences Division

Rebecca Crisafulli, United States, Romance Languages and Literatures, Humanities Division

Rajab Ghazzaoui, Lebanon, Chicago Harris

Peyman Hosseinchigharehaghaj, Iran, Institute for Molecular Engineering

Pierre Jaffard, France, Chicago Booth School of Business

Daniele Macuglia, Italy, History, Social Sciences Division

Dhruv Nagar, Ralph W. Nicholas Fellow, India, Divinity School

Krisztina Orban, Hungary, Economics, Social Sciences Division

Natalia Pavlou, Cyprus, Linguistics, Humanities Division

Sébastien Phan, France, Economics, Social Sciences Division

Robert Pierce-Gardner, United States, Chicago Harris

Sarath Pillai, Ralph W. Nicholas Fellow, India, History, Social Sciences Division

Ricardo Diego Suarez Rojas, George and Catherine Watkins Fellow, Mexico, Divinity School

Robert Webber, United States, Statistics, Physical Sciences Division

Orest Xherija, Greece, Linguistics, Humanities Division

Anqi Zhang, China, Linguistics, Humanities Division

Yudong Zhang, Gioh Fang and T.S. Ma Fellow, China, School of Social Service Administration

Sylvie Zhuang, Kaimay Yuen Terry Fellow, China, School of Social Service Administration