Recentachievements by Young India Fellows!
Malini Bose (Co2013) of Ashoka University's Young India Fellowship becomes the first ever Fellowto join the John F. KennedySchool of Government at Harvard University for a Mastera in Public Policy(MPP) program. While, Namrata Saraogi (Co2013) will join the Mastersin Public Administration in International Development (MPA/ID) program.
Prathima Muniyappa (Co2014), a NID graduate, heads to Harvard University where she will pursue aMasters in Design in Critical Conservation on a FullBrightScholarship.
Ishita Arora (Co2015) of Ashoka University's Young IndiaFellowship will get a PhD in ClinicalPsychology with a minor in Community Psychology & Behavioral Medicine atthe University ofMaryland. She will be mentored in research and medical residency byDr. Ann E. Brodsky, who received the US national award in February 2014 for hercontributions to the field of community psychology. Ishita will be working withher on women trauma survivors of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and possibly India, tobetter understand mental health stigma and the resilience that makes thesewomen endure in contexts of risk and adversity.
Smruthi Bala (Co2014) of Ashoka University'sYoung IndiaFellowship will choose between a PhD inChildhood Studies from RutgersUniversity—Camden with a Teaching Assistantshipand a tuition waiver, a PhD in Anthropology and Education in Teachers College,Columbia University and a PhD in Culture andTeaching in the Graduate School of Education, University ofMinnesota.
Sharada Vadlamani will choose from a Master ofEnvironmental Management at Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, aMaster of Science in Sustainability Management atColumbia Universityin the City of New York's and a Master of Environmental Studies at University ofPennsylvania.
Dimple Bangalore (Co2013) of Ashoka University's Young IndiaFellowship who will be choosing from anM.A. in Social and Organisational Psychology from Teachers College,Columbia University, an MSc. in Management, Organizations and Governance from The London School ofEconomics and Political Science - LSE and a Masters in Leadershipand Organisational Performance at VanderbiltUniversity.
Ashwini Ashokkumar (Co2015) of Ashoka University's Young IndiaFellowship and its inaugural MastersProgramme in Liberal Studies (MLS) will head to a fully funded PhD Program inSocial Psychology atUniversity ofMinnesota, University ofMassachusetts Amherst, or The University ofTexas at Austin. Congratulations, Ashwini, and kudos, Neil Lutsky!
Chhavi Doonga (Co2015) has admits to The London School ofEconomics and Political Science for MSc in Media, Communicationand Development; SOAS, University of London for an MA Critical Media andCulture Studies; and Sciences Po for an MA in Communications(with the Emily Boutmy tuition scholarship).
An engineer from BIT Mesra, Kritika Pandey (Co2014) ofAshoka University's Young IndiaFellowship heads to the USA to teachundergraduates composition and rhetoric, and eventually creative writing! Shehas been admitted to UMass Amherst, University of Alabama and Arizona State -all three with full funding and a stipend - for an MFA in Creative Writing.
Sriharsha Masabathula (Co2014) ofAshoka University's Young IndiaFellowship on your admission to the MScin Development Studies Programme at The London School ofEconomics and Political Science - LSE!
Devleena Chatterji (Co2014) of Ashoka University's Young IndiaFellowshipheads of for a fully-funded PhD in Education Policy at the University ofMinnesota. Congratulations and well-deserved!
Dhwani Sabesh (Co2013) of Ashoka University's Young IndiaFellowship is accepted to SOAS, University ofLondon for an MA in Critical Mediaand Cultural Studies and to Goldsmiths,University of London for an MA in Gender, Media andCulture!