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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

Peter Adeyeye

— Nigeria —
Master in International Development Policy

Kalkidan Assefa Kebede

— Ethiopia —
Master in International Development Policy

Diana Campos Quiroz

— Peru —
Master in International Development Policy

Nathalia Contreras Pardo

— Colombia —
Global Studies

Marco Antonio Cuevas Meza

— Mexico —
Master in International Development Policy

Gabriel Bernardo da Silva

— Brazil —
Global Studies

Sakina Dhorajiwala

— India —
Master in International Development Policy

Alaa Hammouda

— Palestine —
School of Public Health

Larissa Harari

— Brazil —
Master in International Development Policy

Catherine Harris

— Australia —
Master in International Development Policy

Roei Shaul Hillel

— Israel —
School of Social Work

Chimwemwe Kumwenda

— Malawi —
School of Public Health

Amanda Luz

— Brazil —
School of Education

Bronwyn Manley

— Zimbabwe —
School of Education

Caitilin McMillan

— Canada —
Department of Geography

Diana Carolina Quintero

— Colombia —
Master in International Development Policy

Giovanny Rincón Alvarez

— Colombia —
Global Studies

Miguel A. Rozo

— Canada —
Environment, Ecology, and Energy Program (E3P)

Philile Shongwe

— Eswatini —
Master in International Development Policy