Fellows

The 2015 Albright Fellows are comprised of 59% juniors and 41% 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
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