July 14, 2020
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For the 11th consecutive year, Kenyon has been recognized as a top producer of winners of the J. William Fulbright Fellowship among liberal arts institutions. Among U.S. baccalaureate institutions, the College tied for 10th in the number of Fulbright winners it produced for 2014-15, according to a report published on Feb. 12 in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Six graduates in the Class of 2014 and a member of the Class of 2013 are spending a year abroad teaching as Fulbright fellows.
The College's 2014 Fulbright fellows represent a wide range of majors and interests.
An English major from Concord, N.H., Jameyanne Fuller teaches English in Italy. (Pictured: Jameyanne and her seeing eye dog, Mopsy)
A German major from Mechanicsburg, Pa., Paul Hoehn teaches English in Germany.
A double major in economics and modern languages and literatures from New Albany, Ohio, Sarah Kahwash teaches English in Malaysia.
A modern languages and literatures major from Galion, Ohio, Catherine Novack teaches English in Taiwan.
A double major in economics and history from Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Aubrey Powers teaches English in Turkey.
A double major in international studies and Spanish from Omaha, Neb., Elisabeth Thoreson-Green teaches English in Spain.
A religious studies major from Maumee, Ohio, Tess Waggoner was invited to stay a second year in the Fulbright program, continuing to teach English in Turkey.