2021 Fulbright Applicants
Rodrigo Blanco Bravo, E’22, bioengineering; Hannah Boyce, E’22, chemical engineering; Lake Jacobs-Skolik, E’22, electrical engineering; and Carrie Tam, E’22, civil engineering and architectural studies, are among the slate of 2021 Northeastern University applicants to the Fulbright US Student Program. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is America’s premier international exchange fellowship, with a mission to promote mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. Through Fulbright, awardees can either pursue study/research opportunities or teach English in one of over 140 countries worldwide.
|Rodrigo Blanco Bravo, E’22, Bioengineering|
Award: Fulbright Study/Research Grant, United Kingdom
Blanco Bravo proposed to undertake a master’s degree in conservation and biodiversity at the University of Exeter.
|Hannah Boyce, E’22, Chemical Engineering|
Award: Fulbright Study/Research Grant, Sweden
Boyce proposed a project examining the use of extracellular vesicles in drug delivery.
|Lake Jacobs-Skolik, E’22, Electrical Engineering|
Award: Fulbright Study/Research Grant, Australia
Jacobs-Skolik proposed to use a brain-computer interface implanted in sheep to study how certain neural activation patterns are modulated by circadian rhythm; results from the proposed study will inform the development of future brain-computer interfaces for humans.
|Carrie Tam, E’22, Civil Engineering/Architectural Studies|
Award: Fulbright Study/Research Grant, Finland
Tam proposed to undertake a master’s degree in building technology at Aalto University.