Alumni With Dietrich College Ties Awarded Fulbrights
At a time when most people are staying close to home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carnegie Mellon University graduates are looking to future travel as Fulbright Student Grantees.
CMU's Fellowships and Scholarships Office helped seven recent graduates submit successful applications for this year's grants. Five of those alumni completed primary majors, additional majors and/or minors in the Dietrich College.
Jonathan Fritz, Class of 2020
Majors in physics and German studies
English Teaching Assistantship to Germany
Victoria (V) Reiter, Class of 2020
Majors in global, Hispanic and Chinese Studies
English Teaching Assistantship to Colombia
Stefan Romero, Class of 2019
Bachelor of Humanities and Arts in social and political history and drama
University of Glasgow Master’s Award
Vaidehi Srinivas, Class of 2020
Major in computer science with a German studies minor
Austria Combined Award for Research and English Teaching
Haider Nazir, Class of 2020
Majors in global and Chinese studies
English Teaching Assistantship to Taiwan
Note: Nazir declined the Fulbright award in order to accept accepted a Yenching Academy Scholarship to pursue a master's degree in China Studies at Peking University.
Read more about this year’s Fulbright recipients and learn about resources for current CMU students interested in applying for major national and international scholarships in “Fulbright Grantees' Dreams on Pause, but not Forgotten.”