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University of Delaware students — current and recently graduated — have
been named recipients of 2022 U.S. Department of State Fulbright
scholarships. The Fulbright Program is the nation’s premier
international scholarship program, designed to foster mutual
understanding between United States citizens and people of other
countries. An additional recent UD graduate was the recipient of a
Critical Language Scholarship, which provides an opportunity for
students to learn languages essential to national security.
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Jana Mae Huss
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards allow young graduates and graduate students the opportunity to conduct research, study or teach English in more than 140 countries.
Jana Mae Huss, who graduated in 2022, earned an English Teaching Assistant Award to Germany. Prashant Ramesh, a doctoral student, earned a Research Fulbright to study in France. Elaine Ansah, a 2021 graduate, earned an English Teaching Assistant Award to study in Kenya.
Huss completed their bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a concentration in English as a second language this past spring. During their time as a UD World Scholar, they studied in Madrid, Spain. Before coming to UD, Huss took German classes and studied in Germany, hence why they were interested in returning to the country. Huss plans to pursue a career in English as second language (ESL) and is currently in Hamburg, Germany, working in a K-12 classroom for their Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship.
UD doctoral student Prashant Ramesh won a Fulbright-Universite Paris-Saclay Doctoral Research Award.
Prashant Ramesh was excited to win the Fulbright-Universite Paris-Saclay Doctoral Research Award,
which is only granted to three U.S. students each year. Ramesh is
pursuing his doctoral degree in materials science and engineering at UD,
and was looking for opportunities that involved academic collaborations
abroad. He will be conducting doctoral research on quantum optics of
solid state quantum dot molecules. He said he looks forward to expanding
on his almost-forgotten high school French language skills. He said his
research and international experience in India and Thailand while
working in industry made him a strong candidate for the award.
Elaine Ansah earned her bachelor’s degree in political science with a
concentration in global politics and a minor in Africana studies in
2021. While at UD, she was president of the Delaware African Student
Association and senator for the Student Government Association. She is
currently in Kenya working via her Fulbright English Teaching
Kiara Cronin was selected as a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) recipient to learn Swahili. The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)
Program is an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion
group-based program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and
universities. Students spend eight to 10 weeks abroad studying one of 14
critical languages. The program includes intensive language instruction
and structured cultural enrichment experiences designed to promote
rapid language gains.
Cronin, normally, would have joined the program in Tanzania, but the
pandemic prompted a change to virtual instruction. Cronin graduated in
2022 with an Honors bachelor of arts degree in history and international
relations with a concentration in diplomacy. She said she hopes to work
for the U.S. Department of State or a similar non-governmental
organization, making use of her new language skills. While at UD, she
was a Eugene du Pont Memorial Scholar and interned with the
International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, a non-profit
organization focusing on peace building in conflict zones.
Interested students and alumni are encouraged to contact UD Fulbright
U.S. Student Program and Critical Language Scholarship advisors in the
Honors College at firstname.lastname@example.org.