Fellows

The 2015 Albright Fellows are comprised of 23 juniors and 17 seniors, and represent 25 different majors at the College.

The Class of 2015 includes 31 U.S. citizens (including one with dual citizenship) and 8 international students. Overall, seven countries are represented: Canada, China, Ethiopia, Mexico, Myanmar, United Kingdom, and United States.

List of 2015 Albright Fellows

 
Andrea Aguilar ’16 – Political Science; Middle Eastern Studies
Emma Ambrogi ’16 – Chemistry
Hero Ashman ’16 – Economics; Political Science
Alex Azzi ’15 – American Studies
Caitlin Bailey ’16 – East Asian Studies
Charlotte Benishek ’16 – Environmental Studies
Melanie Chen ’16 – Chemistry
Catherine Coravos ’15 – Mathematics
Kate Corcoran ’15 – Environmental Studies
Taylor Cranor ’16 – Economics
Wenyan Deng ’15 – International Relations – Political Science; History
Priyanka Fouda ’16 – Economics; Philosophy
Talin Ghazarian ’16 – Middle Eastern Studies
Sarah Gontarek ’15 – Political Science; Electrical Engineering (MIT)
Gabi Guzman ’15 – Russian Area Studies; Environmental Studies
Helen Huang ’16 – International Relations – Economics
Sahar Ibrahim ’16 –Biological Sciences; Anthropology
Jasmyne Keimig ’16 – History
Elizabeth Kinsey’16 – Economics
Bridgette Lemoine ’15 – Philosophy
Loren Lock ’16 – Biological Sciences
Amelia McClure ’16 – Biological Sciences
Nina McKee’16 – Political Science
Zoe Moyer ’15 – Biochemistry; French Cultural Studies
Grace Oh ’15 – Art History; French Cultural Studies
Poe Oo’15 – International Relations – Political Science
Mariya Patwa ’16 – Chemistry
Huijing (Josephine) Ren ’15 – Economics; Psychology
Mariajosé Rodríguez-Pliego ’16 – Economics; English
Hannah Ruebeck ’16 – Economics
Nikita Saladi ’16 – Neuroscience
Lydia Saltzbart ’15 – Political Science
Allison Steitz ’16 – Political Science
Chloe Stroman ’15 – English
Lindsey Tang '15 – Computer Science; Mathematics
Emma van den Terrell ’15 – Religion; Peace and Justice Studies
Charlotte Weiss ’16 – Spanish
Chloe Williamson ’16 – English
Lucy Zhu ’15 – Economics
Sabrina Zurga ’15 – Economics