Since 2006 more than 90 University of Michigan undergraduates have worked, trained, learned, or taught others in India as Center for South Asian Studies Summer in South Asia Fellows. Each embarked upon a singular and independent path.
Below you'll read about what each of them did in India, on this page you'll learn what some of them have been up to since, and over here you can watch videos of their presentations at our annual Summer in South Asia symposia.
Gretchen Andrews, Kriti Babu, Alexandra Card, Arwa Gayar, Erin Haley, Anjali Nemorin, Safia Sayed, Madeleine Steiger, Julia Stuart, Madeleine Walsh
Natalie Andrasko, Marianne Drysdale, Addison Kamb, Chris Olson, Jo Ellen Pellman, Caroline Richburg, Neel Swamy, Neha Tiwari, Coleen Truong, Vijay Vobbilisetty
Grace Beckman, Hanna Dougherty, Aaruran Chandrasekhar, Vaidehi Dongre, Matthew Greydanus, Samuel McMullen, Tsukumo Niwa, Hanna Pfershy, India Solomon, Madeline Stagner
Jacob Anderson, Sam Corey, Morgan Fitzgerald, Jamie Lutz, Ariana Paredes-Vincent, Talia Rothman
Alexa Ariazi, Lucia Ceroni, Brianna Labelle-Hahn, Man Kuan Lei, Lydia Lopez, Emily Preuss, Daniel Vollrath, Elisa Warner
Saarah Anjum, Bailey Binke, David Buruchara, Courtney Green, Dustin Hartz, Magdalene Kuznia
Tessa Adzemovic, Bradley Iott, Rabia Mahmood, Marisa Perera, Nicholas Pilarski, Eric Ranyal, Carolyn Yarina
Julia Field, Nader Hakim, Martha Johnson, Alexandra Passarelli, Sonya Usman
Eman Abdelhadi, Melissa Allen, Jordan Eizenga, Min Joo Kim, Rachel Long, Ksenija Sabic
Rory Crook, Caleb Hayman, Sairah Husain, Adam Khan, Meha Pandey, Adhiraj Vable, Ye Wang
Ginger Cline, Hyunmin Han, Lainie Kokas, Sasha Preston-Suni, Mounica Vallurupalli, Jane Xiao
Christopher Aten, Sara Baumann, Nidhi Chaudhary, Sarah Simmons, Laura Van Hyfte, Theresa VanderMeer
Senesi Blake, Robert Kellman, Andrew McBride, Emily Meza, Sushma Raghavan