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USC Global Fellows Heading to China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong

Twenty-four USC students from six different schools will complete a variety of fellowships in summer 2009.

May 8, 2009

The Global Fellows program began in 2000 and is administered by the USC Office of Student Affairs. In the past eight years, students who have participated in the program have interned in Aichi, Bangkok, Beijing, Japan, Hanoi, Hiroshima, Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, Manila, Nagoya, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Taipei, Taiwan, and Tokyo among others. The 2009 summer program will provide students with the opportunity to get hands-on work experience in major Asian centers in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Taipei and Tokyo.

Fellows are passionate global citizens with the desire to be U.S. and USC ambassadors abroad. Typically, those selected for internships are excellent students with outstanding university involvement. They are placed in internship positions based on their interests, skills and best organizational fit.



Dylan Macdonald

Adam Smith


Kristin Byrne

Cristofer Flowers


Stephen Hon

Steven Kent

Yelena Mazur

Evelyn Montiel

Patrick Vail


Addison Lee

Charles Tyler

Hong Kong

Louie Al-Hafidh

Wosen Bitew

Timothy Carreon

Amber Hogans

Whitney Kollar

Moses Ogbonnaya

Shnnon Schnittker


Bentley Curtis

Juliana Daniil

Katherine Heiland

Sarah LeClaire

Elizabeth Parks

Joseph Ricci




2008 Taipei Fellows

2008 Taipei Fellows enjoying street vendors


To read more about our 2008 USC Global Fellows please click [HERE].