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Global Pathways 2016 recipient Jiujun Tang will travel to the Tarangire-Manyara ecosystem of northern Tanzania to study wildlife management and biodiversity conservation.

Santa Fe —Global Pathways is the study abroad component of the Pathways Fellowship program which helps Johnnies transition into graduate-level study or careers that call for prerequisite courses. Funding is available for credit courses in many fields as well as certificate programs and professional conferences. This year’s recipients include:

Marchutz School of Fine Arts, France: Siena Powers (SO) and Morgan Whitehead (SR)

Rome Institute of Liberal Arts (RILA), Italy: Kahlieh Bernstein (SO), Victor Breidenbach (SO),

Peerawat Chiaranunt (JR) and Nathan Dignazio (SO)

Sea Education Association (SEA): Jinxue Chen (SO), Protecting the Phoenix Islands and Mary Christman (JR), Transatlantic Crossing

Sun Yat-sen University International Summer Program, China: Patrick Gentry (SO)

Seoul National University, South Korea: Janet Angulo (SO), Korean language program  

Naganuma School, Japan: Devin Ketch (SO), Japanese language program

Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU), Prague: Nina Medvinskaya (SR)

International Lyric Academy, Italy: Vidya Ravilochan (SR), Opera

School for Field Studies, Tanzania: Jiujun Tang (SR), Wildlife Management and Research

St. Olaf’s Budapest Semester in Advanced Mathematics: Qi Zhan (SO)