2019 Cullman Scholars Announced

Created in 1983 by Hugh Cullman '42, the Cullman Scholarship Program supports students in off-campus study opportunities. During the summer of 2018, nine scholarship recipients pursued courses of study ranging from serving as an International Physician’s Assistant in Warsaw, Poland to studying microfinance in Kathmandu, Nepal. Recently, The Cullman Scholarship Comittee, comprised of faculty representatives and the 2018 recipients, announced 2019 Cullman Scholars.

The 2018-19 Cullman Scholarships are:
  1. Annie ’20 - Working with Gap Medics as a Physician's Assistant in the Dominican Republic
  2. Gracie ’20 - Serving with International Volunteers HQ Medical Research with Children with Special Needs in Antigua
  3. Gunnar ’20 - Working at Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary, in their Service Learning Partnership
  4. James ’20 - Learning with Global Leadership Programs Foundations of Global Health in Peru
  5. Jessica ’20 - Studying computer programming with Girls Who Code -- Summer Immersion Program in Seattle, WA
  6. Kyra ’20 - Working with International Volunteers HQ Medical Research in Costa Rica
  7. Molly ’20 - Investigating Irish History and Culture in Ireland
  8. Nikki ’20 - Studying Filmmaking and writing at The Berridge Film Project in Normandy, France
  9. Patrick ’20 - Interning in Sports Marketing in Vancouver, Canada
  10. Rachel ’21 - Interning at Jiangsu Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China
  11. Willa ’20 - Studying as a Research Assistant at the Hedonia Lab at Oxford University

To learn more about the life-changing experiences Cullman Scholars undergo, revisit the stories of our 2018 recipients below:
  1. Alex '19 - Interning with Molecular Microbiology Research Project, Oxford.
  2. Alice '19 - Interning with International Physician’s Assistant in Warsaw, Poland.
  3. Andy '19 - Interning with GEN Social Entrepreneurship in Asia.
  4. Emma '20 - Spanish Language and Cultural Immersion in Mexico City. 
  5. Harry '19 - Interning in Plant Genome Research at Boyce Thompson Institute at Cornell University.
  6. Julian '19 - Microfinance Project in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  7. Scout '19 - Volunteering with Real Cochabamba Soccer Academy in Bolivia.
  8. Stella '19 - Documenting Volunteerism at a Temple in China.
  9. Winter '19 - Volunteering and Teaching in the Mississippi Delta.

Thank you for following along with our Cullman Scholars throughout the year and stay tuned for more Cullman Scholarship News.


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