The Office of Global Engagement is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 Fudan Fellows Program, who have been selected to conduct research in China in the upcoming year by Fudan University.
The Fudan Fellows Program supports the travel of Brown scholars to Shanghai to conduct research in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, technology and engineering, life sciences and medical sciences. The Program seeks to promote academic collaboration between Fudan faculty and international scholars and broaden the fellows’ understanding of China and China-related issues.
Fudan Fellows are hosted as visiting scholars by Fudan University for a period of 4 to 16 weeks. Fellows are expected to conduct research, present a minimum of two lectures, or host workshops and seminars for students or fellow researchers on campus.
The recipients include:
- Professor Susan Smulyan, a Professor in the Department of American Studies and the Director of the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage.
- Professor Prerna Singh, Mahatma Gandhi Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Studies and a faculty fellow at the Watson Institute.
- Jerrine Tan, a PhD Candidate in the Department of English.
- Shannon Frampton, an undergraduate student concentrating in Africana Studies and Social Analysis and Research.
To learn more about the program, please click here.