Eight Pomona seniors were awarded prestigious Fulbright fellowships for world travel and teaching English, though the Fulbright program also delayed the start of its fellowships until after January 1, 2021. Here are the winners from the Class of 2020.
Tyler Bunton, an English major from Hamden, Conn., has been selected to teach English in Brazil.
Jordan Carethers, an international relations and French double major from Bloomfield Hills, Mich., was selected to teach English in rural Taiwan.
Evan Chuu, a linguistics major from Arcadia, Calif., will teach English in Malaysia.
Oliver Dubon, a music major from Palmyra, Va., was selected to go to Estonia on a research award.
Netta Kaplan, a linguistics major from St. Paul, Minn., was selected to teach English in Turkey.
Daphnide Nicole, an international relations major from Portland, Ore., was selected to teach English in Senegal.
Aleksandr Thomas, an international relations major from Pasadena, Calif., was selected to teach English in Russia.
Kim Tran, a public policy analysis major from Chicago, Ill., plans to teach English in Vietnam.