Five Seton Hall Students Named Fulbright Finalists
It is with great pleasure that we announce that five of Seton Hall's students have advanced to the final round of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
Karina Kainth is a Senior majoring in Diplomacy and International Relations. She seeks an English Teaching Assistant (ETA) position in India.
Cassie Denbow is a Senior majoring in Diplomacy and International Relations. She seeks a research position in India.
Jaad Asante is a Senior majoring in Communications. She seeks an ETA position in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Lejla Radoncic is an alumnus with a degree in Diplomacy and International Relations. She seeks an ETA position in Turkey.
Jacquie Marte is an MA student in the Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations. She seeks an ETA position in Venezuela.
Having been selected by the National committee, each of these applicants will now be reviewed by a committee in their prospective host countries. If selected, the student will receive a grant to either teach or pursue their research for up to one year, beginning this fall.
Seton Hall University has had 12 students win a Fulbright since 1994, 10 of whom won in the past three years.
Please join us in congratulating these remarkable students.
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