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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

Abu Sufian Taj Elassfia

— Sudan —
Master in International Development Policy

Ena Sugiyama

— Japan —
Department of Political Science

Hai-Ryung Sung

— South Korea —
Department of Maternal and Child Health

Shai Tamari

— Israel —
Department of History

Josephus Tenga

— Sierra Leone —
Master in International Development Policy

Daniela Tort

— Mexico —
Master in International Development Policy

Jessica Butcher Trijsburg

— Australia —
School of Education

Venera Urbaeva

— Kyrgyzstan —
Department of Maternal and Child Health

Vanessa Uriarte

— Mexico —
Master in International Development Policy

Priscilla Vaz

— Brazil —
Department of Geography

Linh Vo Thi My

— Vietnam —
Master in International Development Policy

Roselyn Vusia

— Uganda —
Master in International Development Policy

Shih-Szu Wang

— Taiwan —
Master in International Development Policy

Hayley Welgus

— Australia —
Department of Health Behavior

Jane Welsh

— Australia —
Department of Anthropology

Hyunjoo Youn

— South Korea —
School of Education

DongJu Yu

— South Korea —
Master in International Development Policy

Nkole Zulu Thompson

— Zambia —
Master in International Development Policy