In a record-setting performance, WUSTL has 15 Fulbright Scholars from the 2004-05 competition.
Of the University’s 39 applicants, 15 were selected — breaking the previous mark of 13 set last year, a 38 percent success rate, the same as last year.
From the 2000-01 through 2002-03 academic years, there were a total of 17 Fulbright Scholars from the University.
This year’s Fulbright scholars, along with their field of study and destination, are: Anneke DeLuycker (anthropology, Peru); Abigail Dumes (anthropology, France); Joshua Ehrlich (anthropology, Ecuador); Patience Graybill (Germanic languages and literatures, Germany);
Chad Haddal (political science, Sweden); Barbara Hawatmeh (law, Italy); Elisabeth Hildebrand (anthropology, Ethiopia); Samuel Hirst (modern history, Russia); Grace Kiang (teaching English as a foreign language, Germany);
Suzuko Knott (Germanic languages and literature, Germany); Nicole List (anthropology, Senegal); Bertin Louis (anthropology, Haiti); Tana Mitby (teaching English as a foreign language, Germany); Sonja Schiller (teaching English as a foreign language, France); and Tessa Schneider (teaching English as a foreign language, Germany).
Andrea Hoopes (public health, Sweden) was picked as an alternate.