Current Fellows

Lauren Cubellis

Anthropology
Entering Year: 2014

Lauren graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2011, with a concentration in anthropology and certificates in Spanish Languages and Literatures and in Latin American Studies.

Michelle Ichinco

Computer Science
Entering Year: 2012

Michelle is originally from New Jersey and received a BS in Computer Science from Tufts University in 2012. She is currently pursuing a PhD in computer science, focusing on human-computer interaction.

Kaitlyn Faries

Chemistry
Entering Year: 2013

Kaitlyn received her BS in biology and BA in chemistry (summa cum laude) from the University of Missouri in 2008. Kaitlyn joined Prof.

Olivia Marcucci

Education
Entering Year: 2013

Olivia spent her formative years in York, Pennsylvania. After a brief stopover at Harvard for her undergraduate years and a briefer stop in Istanbul for a graduate study fellowship, Olivia arrived at Washington University in St. Louis.

Elissa Bullion

Anthropology
Entering Year: 2012

Elissa is pursuing her PhD in anthropology with a focus on archaeology. She grew up in eastern Massachusetts, and graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont.

Jenny Heipp

Anthropology
Entering Year: 2011

Jennifer studies teen parenting in Washington, DC, from a psychological anthropological perspective.  She focuses on narratives, emotion, neoliberalism, and organizations.  Jennifer, originally from Skillman, New Jersey, is a graduate of the Unive

Allyson Mayer

Developmental, Regenerative, & Stem Cell Biology
Entering Year: 2013

Allyson graduated from the University of Iowa in 2013 with bachelor¹s degree in biochemistry and a minor in Spanish.

Liz Llufrio

Chemistry
Entering Year: 2013

Liz is a chemistry graduate student studying the differences in metabolism between disease and healthy states. She is originally from St. Louis and is happy she has returned to complete her graduate studies.

Melody Eimer

Earth & Planetary Sciences
Entering Year: 2014

Melody graduated from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 2013 with a BS in geology and minor in astronomy.  As an undergraduate, she did research detecting earthquakes in the Pacific Northwest.

Jill Kuhlberg

Social Work
Entering Year: 2010

Jill’s doctoral work at the Brown School of Social Work blends her interests in complex social problems, computer simulation modeling, education, social justice, and feminist philosophy of science.

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