In 2020, College of Liberal Arts students nearly doubled our previous record for Fulbright U.S. Student Program winners, with 15 of our students becoming Fulbrighters. We couldn’t be prouder of our winners, who showcase the incredible diversity and global citizenship of the CLA community.

Political Science Associate Professor Roselyn Hsueh will conduct field research for a forthcoming book in India, Russia and Mexico over two years thanks to her winning the most competitive award bestowed by Fulbright.

Casey Genett, CLA ’20, didn’t want to compromise with her internship. She wanted to work for a nonprofit, do something with children and gain media experience. But could she really do all three at once? You bet she could.

Senior Political Science and Global Studies double major Diana Gavrykh was selected by Phi Beta Kappa as one of 20 Key into Public Service scholars out of 600 applicants. The nationwide award showcases rewarding public service career opportunities for liberal arts graduates.