The Best and Fulbrightest
“Although I have come to Nepal under the pretense that I will be teaching, I have since come to the understanding that I will be the student for these next few months!” —Olivia Drabczyk ’11, Pace Fulbright winner
This year, Pace added six more Fulbright winners to its growing list. Undergraduates Lorendra Pinder ’11 set off to explore how gender and poverty influence the practice of multiple concurrent partnerships among youth in South Africa; Dmitriy Yermolayev ’11 is researching economic liberalization in Ukraine; and Kristina Hodelin ’11 and Olivia Drabczyk ’11 are teaching English as a second language to students in Malaysia and Nepal, respectively. Two Pace Law School professors were also awarded Fulbright Scholarships this year: Darren Rosenblum, JD, is studying a new French law that sets a quota for gender balance on corporate boards and Ann Bartow, JD, is teaching intellectual property law at Tongji University in Shanghai, China.