ELISS Graduates

ELISS Fellows were recruited from all graduate fields at ELISS partner campuses. They were selected through a competitive process based on the following criteria: leadership potential, commitment to collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches, commitment to service, adaptability and openness, scholarly and professional success, and commitment to the ELISS objectives.

2016 Fellows

FELLOWS AND STAFF AT THE 2016 ELISS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP, NEAR SEATTLE, WA. (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1: SASHA VEGA ALVAREZ, MYSHA CLARKE, MARGARET KREBS, MELANIE ROBERTS, KASIA GRZEBYK, NICK BATTISTA, MARYAM GHADIRI KHANAPOSHTANI. ROW 2: JOYELL ARSCOTT , ANDREW GEORGE, BRIAN LANGLOSS, JUSTIN LANA, ROBBY FRANCESCHINI, JOHN WACHEN, GAURAV MUKHERJEE. ROW 3: SHAILI JHA, KIM SAVIERS, NIKKI DEVILLE, AMBER HABOWSKI, KAITLYN CASIMO, AMY DIXIT, RENSKE ERION)| ELISS

Duke University

  • Joyell Arscott, Nursing
  • Andrew George, Biology
  • Justin Lana, Environmental Sciences and Policy
  • Brian Langloss, Chemistry

Purdue University

  • Mysha Clarke, Forestry and Natural Resources
  • MaryAm Ghadiri Khanaposhtani, Forestry and Natural Resources
  • Kimberly Saviers

University of California, Irvine

  • Nicole (Nikki) DeVille, Public Health
  • Amruta (Amy) Dixit, Epidemiology and Public Health
  • Amber Habowski, Molecular Biology

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

  • Nicholas (Nick) Battista, Mathematics
  • Kasia Grzebyk, Environmental Science and Engineering
  • Shaili Jha, Neurobiology
  • John Wachen, Policy, Leadership, and School Improvement

University of Washington

  • Kaitlyn Casimo, Neuroscience
  • Robert (Robby) Franceschini, Law and Public Health
  • Gaurav Mukherjee, Mechanical Engineering

2015 Fellows

2015 ELISS Fellows with Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter at AAAS Headquarters in Washington, D.C. | ELISS

 

Purdue University

  • Priyanka Brunese, Technology Leadership & Innovation

Stanford University

  • Ronan Arthur, Emmet Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources
  • Kendra Brown, Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Ava Carter, Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine
  • Emily Grubert, Emmet Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources
  • Matthew Ostrowski, Chemical Engineering

University of Pennsylvania

  • Gabriel Innes, Veterinary Medical Doctor
  • Yun (Rose) Li, Medical Scientist Training Program
  • Simon Mosbah, City and Regional Planning
  • Michelle Minyikwa, Medical Scientist Training Program

University of Washington

  • Brynn Livesay, Bioengineering
  • Biswajit (Bish) Paul, Molecular & Cellular Biology
  • Christine Tran, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

2014 Fellows

2014 ELISS Fellows (and several mentors) at Orientation on Bainbridge Island, WA.  | ELISS

 

Purdue University

  • Abby Boggs – Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Jonathan Kershaw – Food Science
  • Mariya Krisenko – Interdisciplinary Life Sciences
  • Kai Kuang – Communication

Stanford University

  • Urusa Alaan – Materials Science and Engineering
  • Afroz Algiers – Sustainable Design and Construction
  • Abdul Rasheed Alabi – Molecular and Cellular Physiology
  • Allison Rhines – Biology

University of Pennsylvania

  • Benjamin Chrisinger – City and Regional Planning
  • Ruth Masterson Creber – Nursing
  • Johannes Eichstaedt – Psychology
  • Madeleine Stone – Earth and Environmental Science

University of Washington

  • Cyan James – Public Health Genetics
  • Eva Linh – Pharmacy
  • Amber Trout – Built Environments