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

Mariana Abdalla

— Brazil —
School of Media and Journalism

Shakeel Ahmed

— Pakistan —
Master in International Development Policy

Cristina Andoni

— Moldova —
Master in International Development Policy

Marios Antoniou

— Cyprus —
School of Education

Kozue Araki

— Japan —
School of Education

Gozel Arazmedova

— Turkmenistan —
Russian & Eastern European Studies

Ignacio Asis

— Argentina —
Master in International Development Policy

Daniel Auguste

— Haiti —
Department of Sociology

Aung Aung

— Myanmar —
Master in International Development Policy

Sharif Azami

— —
Master in International Development Policy

Rebeccah Bartlett

— Australia —
Department of Maternal and Child Health

Crisostomo “Jun” Bas

— Philippines —
Master in International Development Policy

Techa Beaumont

— Australia —
Master in International Development Policy

Pálína Björk Matthíasdóttir

— Iceland —
Master in International Development Policy

Paolo Bocci

— Italy —
Department of Anthropology

Stephanie Borsboom

— Netherlands —
Master in International Development Policy

Lyttelton Braima

— Sierra Leone —
Master in International Development Policy

Romi Brammer

— South Africa —
Global Studies

Patrick Bwire

— Uganda —
Master in International Development Policy

Ana Paula Calil

— Brazil —
Master in International Development Policy

Ana Catalina Garcia

— Mexico —
Department of Geography

Jean-Lambert Chalachala

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

David Robert Chick

— Australia —
Master in International Development Policy

Mwila Chigaga

— Zambia —
Master in International Development Policy

Negaya Chorley

— Australia —
Master in International Development Policy

JuneHo Chung

— South Korea —
Department of City and Regional Planning

Eduardo da Costa

— Brazil —
Master in International Development Policy

Keren Dalyot

— Israel —
School of Education

Katia de Mello Dantas

— Brazil —
Master in International Development Policy

Pravin Dixit

— India —
Master in International Development Policy

Siddharth Dixit

— India —
Master in International Development Policy

Louisa Dow

— Australia —
Master in International Development Policy

Edem Effiong

— Nigeria —
Public Health Leadership Program

Mohammed Eid

— Palestine —
Global Studies

Pranisa Ekachote

— Thailand —
Master in International Development Policy

Natalie Emery

— Italy —
Master in International Development Policy

Juan Esteban Ugarriza

— Colombia —
Department of History

Danilo Estranero

— Philippines —
Master in International Development Policy

Silvia Fontana

— Italy —
Master in International Development Policy

Matthew Ford

— Australia —
Department of Political Science

Anderson Freitas

— Brazil —
Master in International Development Policy

Sakun Gajurel

— Nepal —
Master in International Development Policy

Gabriele Gardenal

— Italy —
Public Health Leadership Program

Richard Gee

— United Kingdom —
Master in International Development Policy

Reem Ghunaim

— Palestine —
Department of City and Regional Planning

Ruben Gonzalez Flores

— Panama —
Master in International Development Policy

Carlos Guiza Ceron

— Colombia —
Master in International Development Policy

Geysar Gurbanov

— Azerbaijan —
Russian & Eastern European Studies

Gohar Gyulumyan

— Armenia —
Master in International Development Policy

Georgia Harley

— Australia —
Master in International Development Policy