Fulbright U.S. Student Program Scholars

The Fulbright grant is the most prestigious scholarship awarded by the U.S. Government. The grant funds students to go abroad for one year after graduation to engage in independent research, study, and work. Competition for this honor is extremely fierce, with over 5,500 applicants vying for scholarships annually. Over the past five years (2002 2006) sixteen Pace students have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships. We are extremely proud of these truly outstanding graduates of Pace University .

Year of Award

Name / Year of Grad

Major/Minor

Country Research Project

2006-07

Patricia Sayre/ BS; MSN,
2007

Major: Family Practitioner
Minor: International Healthcare

Tanzania

Maasai Girls' Lived Experiences of HIV Risks

2006-07

Sonia Dah/ LLM
2006

Major: Environmental Law
Visiting Fulbright Fellow at Pace 05-06 From Ouagadougou , Burkina Faso ( West Africa )

USA Working with United Nations Office of Legal Affairs Div. of Ocean Affairs and Law of the Sea

2005-06

Erica Feldherr/BS
2004

Major: Political Science
Minor: History

Nicaragua Empowering Women through Civic Engagement

2005-06

Peter Karellas/ BA
2005

Major: Psychology
Minor: Management &Political Science

Macedonia FYR Macedonia : Appraisals of Psychological Standards& Practices

2005-06

Eriola Pira/BA
2005

Major: Communications
Minor: Art History

Albania Contemporary Art Practice in Albania

2004-05

Amy Lee / BA
2004

Major: History
Minor: Women & Gender Studies

South Korea Teaching English as a Second Language
2004-05 Svetlana Parkhomovsky /BA 2004 Major: Applied Psychology and Human Relations
Minor: French, Business
France Teaching English as a Second Language
2004-05 Rachel Sazanowicz/ BA
2003
Major: Political Science
Minor: History
Tunisia The Tunisian Example: The Synthesis of Politics, Religion, and Interdependence
2004-05 David Negard / BBA
2004
Major: Intl. Management: Asia
Minors: Computer Science, Chinese
Taiwan Synergy of Cultural Barriers to Achieve Global Productivity
2003-04 Kim Misevis / BA
2003
Major: Communications
Minor: Political Science
South Korea Teaching English as a Second Language
2003-04 Nicole Harkin/ JD
2005
Major: Law Germany An In-Depth Analysis of German Land Use Laws to Reduce Sprawl in the United States
2002-03 Teuta Bucaj/ BA
2002
Major: Modern Language and Culture
Minor: Political Science
Albania History of the Blood Feud
Phenomenon in Albania
2002-03 David Granik/ BBA
2001
Major: Finance
Minor: Philosophy
Czech Republic Ownership, Control, and Firm Value in Emerging Market Privatizations
2002-03 Joshua Khavis/ BBA
2002
Major: Finance
Minor: Information Systems
Israel Israel : Financing the Budget through Capital Markets
2002-03 Michael Lynch/ BBA
2002
Major: Finance
Minor: Information Systems
Philippines Economic Liberalization and its Effect on the Philippine Financial Markets
2002-03 Vivienne Tedesco/ BS
2002
Major: Biology
Minor: Chemistry
Canada The Role of RB in Cell
Differentiation