Green School announces 2017-18 Broad Fellowship Recipients

The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs is pleased to announce the recipients of the Morris and Anita Broad Research Fellowship Awards for 2017-2018. The purpose of the fellowship is to provide FIU faculty members and doctoral students at early stages in their careers with an opportunity to supplement other resources for enhancing their research so that they will be better able to complete their manuscripts, grant proposals or dissertations.

The research scholarship award is open to junior tenure-earning faculty members, as well as advanced doctoral students in one of the Green School departments or programs. The Broad Fellowship Awards are made possible through a generous gift from Morris and Anita Broad.

Selected fellows receive funding that can be used for fieldwork or archival research; the purchase of supplies such as computer hardware, software, and books; and conference travel in support of their scholarship. This year, 15 students and eight faculty members will receive Broad Fellowships.

Faculty Awardees
Young Rae Choi, Global & Sociocultural Studies
Danielle Clealand, Politics and International Relations
Andrea Fanta Castro, Modern Languages
Marisa Filgueras-Gómez, Modern Languages
Qing Lai, Global and Sociocultural Studies
Okezi Otovo, History/African & African Diaspora Studies
Terrence Peterson, History
Daniel Royles, History

Student Awardees
Maria Barbero, Global & Sociocultural Studies
Nicolas Beckmann, International Relations
Christopher Davis, History
Maria Sol Echarren, Spanish
Onur Erpul, International Relations
Gabriela Escobar Rodríguez, Spanish
Maria Gabryszewska, Political Science
Yulin Hou, Economics
Adam Howe, Political Science
Joshua Mullenite, Global & Sociocultural Studies
Tanvir Pavel, Economics
Amelia Pridemore, Public Administration
Qingru Tu, Economics
Yun Wang, Economics
Wenjun Xue, Economics

Congratulations to the Green School's 2017-2018 Broad Fellowship Recipients!

Qing Lai, a professor in the Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies, is one of the 2017-18 Morris and Anita Broad Research Fellows.