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Amiee ChanAmiee Chan has been selected to receive the Fulbright Scholarship for her graduate study in Berlin, Germany this fall. The Fulbright Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State and offers opportunities for scholars, professionals, and students to study, teach, or do research abroad. The Fulbright Program's main purpose is to increase mutual understanding between the U.S. and countries around the world. She will use her Fulbright funding to undertake a Master of Science in Public Health program, called "Health and Society: International Gender Studies in Berlin," at the Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin School of Public Health in Berlin, Germany. The master's study focuses on the principles of transnationalism, interculturalism, gender perspectives, and the promotion of women. Upon completion of the master's degree, she plans to enter medical school to become a physician and a public health leader.


Whitney Epperson


Whitney Epperson received two Tau Beta Pi awards for 2011: The Engineering Alumni Association Scholarship and the ASM Bluegrass Chapter Scholarship.


The Fall 2011 Women and Philanthropy Scholarship Recipients in the AMSTEMM program are:

Women and Philanthropy WinnersMaya Bentley
Richard Bradford
Emily Bryant
David Christopher
Suzanne Collazo
Kendall Corbin
Adam Erp
Jesse Finley
Allyson Hickman
Cevin Hogg
Kara Lowery
Cierra Newton
Taran Parsons
Ralph Saint Pierre
Briana Smith



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