Current Fellows

Anna Preus

English & American Literature
Entering Year: 2015

Anna is pursuing a PhD in English, focusing on Modernism. She is originally from Iowa, and graduated from Carleton College in Minnesota, where she also studied English.

Lisa McLellan

Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis
Entering Year: 2015

Lisa came to Washington University to pursue a PhD in molecular microbiology and microbial pathogenesis.  She developed a passion for biology and research while she was an undergraduate at Hope College in Holland, Michigan.

Chelsey Carter

Entering Year: 2015

Chelsey earned her BA in anthropology (high honors) and minor in Spanish from Emory University in Atlanta, GA.  She is a St.

Minji Kim

Mechanical Engineering
Entering Year: 2015

Minji is a PhD candidate in mechanical engineering. Originally from Daegu, South Korea, she has been studying in the United States for 8 years. Minji graduated from Franklin and Marshall College with a degree in physics.

Ellen Rice

Entering Year: 2015

Ellen is an MD candidate. She is from Minnesota and graduated from Harvard University, where she studied mathematics and statistics. 

Wint Hnin

Computer Science
Entering Year: 2015

Wint is a PhD candidate in computer science and hasn't yet decided what her particular area of research will be. She is an international student, from Myanmar, and graduated from Cornell College with a BA in computer science.

Shawntelle Fisher

Social Work
Entering Year: 2015

Shawntelle is a dual Master candidate in Social Work and Divinity (from Eden Theological Seminary). Her area of research is Youth and Families with an emphasis on the school-to-prison pipeline as it relates to the family structure.

Natalia Guzmán Solano

Entering Year: 2013

Natalia graduated from New York University in 2010 with a BA in French and anthropology with high honors. Currently, she is pursuing a PhD in anthropology. Her research is focused on Andean women’s activism in anti-mining movements in Peru.

Anne Robinson

Entering Year: 2012

Anne came to Washington University in the fall of 2012 after completing a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and molecular biology at Hope College.  The same passion for science and discovery that led her as a young girl growing up in Minneapolis,

CT Hwang

Movement Science
Entering Year: 2013

Ching-Ting, originally from Chesterfield, Missouri, graduated from University of Notre Dame with a degree in biological sciences and a minor in science, technology, and values.