Yvonne Osei

Master of Fine Arts in Visual Art
Cohort Year: 2014

Yvonne Osei is a German-born Ghanaian artist with sensitivity for the human condition. She has earned undergraduate degrees in International Studies and Graphic Design at Webster University, St.

Cynthia Wang

Entering Year: 2014

Cynthia is originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, and graduated from Columbia University with a degree in biology before beginning medical school in fall 2014.

Haijing Wu

Entering Year: 2014

Haijing is a PhD student in clinical psychology who is interested in examining the role of reward processing in decision-making, particularly in individuals who have depression.

Sasha Scott

Molecular Genetics & Genomics
Entering Year: 2014

Sasha is originally from McLean, VA and graduated from the University of Virginia in 2012 with degrees in biology and mathematics. She is currently pursuing a PhD in molecular genetics and genomics.

Janelle Neczypor

Comparative Literature
Entering Year: 2014

Janelle holds a BA in Spanish and a BA in performing arts & social justice, both from the University of San Francisco (2011).

Savannah Martin

Entering Year: 2014

Savannah Martin graduated from Dartmouth College in June of 2014 with a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Psychology.

Ximena Lemoine

Entering Year: 2014

Ximena is a PhD student in the department of anthropology, working with Dr. Fiona Marshall. She graduated from Portland State University in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in anthropology.

Jennifer Gaviria

Master of Social Work
Cohort Year: 2014

Jennifer graduated in 2011 from Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island. After that, she did a service year with City Year Rhode Island and also worked as a college advisor for middle school students in a low-income neighborhood.

Cassie Donish

Master of Fine Arts in Writing
Cohort Year: 2014

Cassie Donish is a poet from Los Angeles and Seattle. She holds a master's degree in cultural geography from the University of Oregon and a bachelor's degree in English and comparative religions from the University of Washington.