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Embracing the “Giant Salad Bowl” of Diversity in the U.S.

In her three years on campus, Seoyeon has worked hard to ensure all students with marginalized identities feel welcome, whether they are from another country, LGBTQIA+, or students of color.

Svetlana Baranova’s award highlights connection to China

Svetlana Baranova received a Hsiao Shaw-Lundquist Fellowship to support her research in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo- Engineering.

International Graduates Plan to Make a Difference in Home Countries

Three graduating international students share their plans to help their home countries eliminate HIV, advance community-based development approaches, and implement renewable energy.

CSE Student Finds Niche in Research and Podcasting

Tanmay Agarwal, a computer science major from India, started his own podcast where he interviews professors and industry researchers.

Three Carlson School Students Earn Fulbright Awards

The Carlson School is proud to announce that two graduating seniors and a recent alum have been offered Fulbright awards to study or conduct research projects abroad next year.

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