Fellowship Awardees

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Subir Chowdhury Fellowship on Quality of Life in Bangladesh

2021

Nazmul Ahasan
(Journalism)

Investigate journalism, long-form writing and interactive news presentations

2020

Anushah Hossain
(Energy & Resource Group)

Bangla Computing

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2019

Shikha Bhattacharjee
(Jurisprudence,)

gGovernance of Migration Corridors

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2018

Helen Pitchik  
(Epidemiology, Public Health)

Child Development

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2017

Samira Siddique
(Energy & Resource Group)

Climate change

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2016

Sayah Bogor
(Infectious Diseases)

Outcomes of UTI and antibiotics in women.

2015

Yoshika Crider (Energy & Resource Group)

Safe water and safe water technolgies.

2014

Caitlin Elizabeth Cook
(Public Health)

Antibiotic resistance  in Bangladesh

Malini Chowdhury Fellowship on Bangladesh Studies

2021

Ariana Pemberton
(History of Art)

History of the art and architecture of Bangladesh under Habshi (Abyssinian) rule.

2020

Tausif Noor 
(History of Art)

Art and political liberation.

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2019

Patrick DeSutter 
(Anthropology)

Engineering the Border: Fellowship Summary 

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2018

Elizabeth Herman 
(Political Science)

Narratives of the 1971 Liberation War

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2017

Kashfia Nehrin,(Development)

Sustainable Development

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2016

Laura Boudreau 
(Business & Public Policy)

Bangladesh’s RMG sector.

2015

Sheikh Waheed
Baksh

(Development)

Sustainable Development.

2014

Nafisa Akbar 
(Political Science)

Political parties and violence as a campaign strategy.

Subir Chowdhury Undergraduate Scholarship

2020

Mahrosh Gealani (BA: South Asian Studies)
Lillian Maheau (BA)

2019

Melissa Ancheta (BA: Psychology, South & Southeast Asian Studies)
Nawal Seedat (BA: Political Science, South & Southeast Asian Studies)
Chyrylle Digsay (BA: Legal Studies, English, South & Southeast Asian Studies) 

2018

Nadia Budiman
South and Southeast Asian Studies 

Interested in writing and education related initiatives in Indonesia and Southeast
Asia.

2017

Joshua Dultz
South and Southeast Asian Studies & Buddhist Studies

Interested in learning the Thai language and early Theravada Buddhist thought.

2015 & 2016

Abhishek Dalal
Public Health, South Asian Studies 

Interested in medicine, health behavior, and health care administration. Involved with two health-oriented non-profit student organizations, Project RISHI and MedLife. Member of the Student Society for Stem Cell Research.

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UC Berkeley
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