Students at the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center come from all over the world and from all walks of life. Every fellow shares the goal of creating a more peaceful world, but each in their own way and within various divergent disciplines. Read more about the Fellows – their stories, their goals - in their words.

Peace Fellows

Nigel Heywood

— Australia —
Department of Folklore

Natasha Holt

— Australia —
School of Social Work

Mai Hosoi

— Japan —
Master in International Development Policy

Tzu Han Huang

— Taiwan —
Department of Sociology

Sajjad Hussain

— Pakistan —
Global Studies

Karina Ito

— Brazil —
Department of Political Science

Dilshad Jaff

— Iraq —
Department of Maternal and Child Health

Rajiv Jalota

— India —
Master in International Development Policy

Maria Clara Jaramillo

— Colombia —
School of Education

Sang Hee Jeong

— South Korea —
Master in International Development Policy

Carlos Juárez

— Mexico —
Master in International Development Policy

Chenai Kadungure

— Zimbabwe —
Global Studies

Dyah Kartikawening Miller

— Indonesia —
Department of City and Regional Planning

Nidhi Khosla

— India —
School of Public Health

Jae Ryul Kim

— South Korea —
Master in International Development Policy

Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah

— Kenya —
Master in International Development Policy

Misaki Kimura

— Japan —
Master in International Development Policy

Manish Kumar

— India —
Public Health Leadership Program

Martín Kunik

— Argentina —
Department of City and Regional Planning

Osborn Kwena

— Kenya —
Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering

Vera Lalchevska

— Macedonia —
Master in International Development Policy

Christian Lara

— Colombia —
Master in International Development Policy

Yung Le

— Australia —
School of Education

Mattias Lindstrom

— Sweden —
Master in International Development Policy

Bautista Logioco

— Argentina —
Master in International Development Policy

Adrien Lokangaka

— Democratic Republic of Congo —
Department of Maternal and Child Health

Shannon Longhurst

— Australia —
Global Studies

Sebastian López Azumendi

— Argentina —
Master in International Development Policy

Linda Low

— Canada —
Master in International Development Policy

Alhousseyni Maiga

— Mali —
Master in International Development Policy

Gabriel Maisonnave

— Argentina —
School of Media and Journalism

Diana Manevskaya

— Republic of Belarus —
School of Media and Journalism

Ana Maria Manuela Mot

— Romania —
Russian & Eastern European Studies

Tekle-Ab Mekbib

— Ethiopia —
Department of Maternal and Child Health

Willan Mendoza

— Bolivia —
Department of City and Regional Planning

Isabelle Michaud-Letourneau

— Canada —
School of Public Health

Elohim Monard

— Peru —
Master in International Development Policy

Derran Moss

— Australia —
Department of Political Science

Maja Muminagic

— Bosnia —
Global Studies

Darshan P. Mundada

— India —
School of Social Work

Olga Nesterova

— Kazakhstan —
Department of City and Regional Planning

Mayer Ngomesia

— Cameroon —
Master in International Development Policy

Silviya Nitsova

— Bulgaria —
Global Studies

Mitchell O’Brien

— Australia —
Master in International Development Policy

Aybolek Ovezova

— Turkmenistan —
Russian & Eastern European Studies

Anabella Palacios

— Argentina —
Department of City and Regional Planning

Branka Panic

— Serbia —
Master in International Development Policy

Aldo Perfetto Alexandrow

— Venezuela —
Master in International Development Policy

Gonzalo Pertile

— Uruguay —
Master in International Development Policy

Luiz Pinto

— Brazil —
Master in International Development Policy