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QuotesBeing a fellow was an eye-opening experience because I had the ability to learn about different research topics from a variety of fields that were new to me. The diversity of presentations encouraged me to do two impactful things: draw parallels to the research I am currently doing and hear how presenters and audience members made sense of challenging topics, which helped my own understanding of the issue. 

Ashley Causey-Golden, Columbia University, 2017 FellowQuotes

 

2018 APPAM Equity and Inclusion Fellowship

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The 2018 Equity & Inclusion Fellowship supports the travel and participation of up to 40 students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds at the 2018 APPAM Fall Research Conference, November 8 - 10, in Washington, DC. While at the conference, fellows will have the opportunity to formally network with each other and with members of the Policy Council and Diversity Committee at a networking reception and the Fellowship Luncheon, recognizing them and their accomplishments.

They will also have many opportunities to informally network with other students and engage in mentoring activities with professionals during the conference. The goal of this fellowship program is to introduce recipients to the world of public policy and APPAM, and foster a lifelong affiliation and engagement with both. Special thanks to the Equity & Inclusion Fellowship Selection Committee for reviewing all the applications.
 

The fellows are also encouraged to take part in our Mentor Matching program, designed to connect APPAM student members with professionals to get advice on professional development issues, to discuss job search strategies, research projects and ideas, and answer any questions students may have as they approach graduation. 

We look forward to celebrating you in Washington, DC at #2018APPAM!
 

 Meet the 2018 Fellows:

  • Pallavi Awasthi, Florida International University
  • Abiodun Azeez, University of Pennsylvania
  • Selena Caldera, The University of Texas, Austin
  • Daniel Corral, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • India Daniels, George Washington University
  • Janelle Fouche, Harvard University
  • Maria Francisca Vidal Ruiz, Princeton University
  • Arthur Frazier, Cleveland State University
  • Elder Garcia, The George Washington University
  • Brenda Gellner, The University of Washington, Seattle
  • Alyse Gray, The University of Texas, San Antonio
  • Paola Andrea Guerrero-Rosada, University of Michigan
  • Christal Hamilton, The University of Missouri, Columbia
  • Midas Hampton, Seattle University
  • Corrine Holliday-Stocking, Brandeis University
  • Nneka Ibekwe, University of Pennsylvania
  • Ene Ikpebe, American University
  • Swarup Joshi, Louisiana State University
  • Simran Kaur, Miami University
  • Rosa Krewson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • Gyeo Reh Lee, Indiana University
  • Sidnee McDonald, The College at Brockport, State University of New York
  • Skyler Moore, California Baptist University
  • Zukiswa Mqolomba, University of the Witswatersrand
  • Emmanuel Ofori, The University of Tsukuba
  • Alex Osei-Kojo, University of Colorado, Denver
  • Yali Pang, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Vedavati Patwardhan, University of Washington, Seattle
  • Ye Pogue, Brandeis University
  • Reetchel Presume, George Washington University
  • Jacquelyn Richards, Cornell University
  • Sonora Rodriguez, Cornell University
  • David Schwegman, Syracuse University
  • AshLee Smith, University of Minnesota
  • Nathan Teklemariam, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Zimife Umeh, Duke University
  • Shilpa Viswanath, Rutgers University  
  • Brian Yeokwang An, University of Southern California
  • Naomi You, Brandeis University
  • Qi Zhang, Western Michigan University

For more information about the 2018 Equity & Inclusion Fellowship, please contact Leslie Ofori at lofori@appam.org.

 
 
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