What is a Global Fellow?
Global Fellows are undergraduate students across the Open Society University Network and Bard International Network who provide assistance to students across both networks to conceptualize and produce civic engagement projects. Watch this video, created by our 2020-21 Global Fellows to learn more.
Shadin NassarLEAD GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
Al-Quds Bard College—Palestine
Junior in International Law and Human Rights
As a the Lead Global Fellow, I strive to attract students to contribute productively and meaningfully to their community by assisting them in incorporating their skills, visions and experiences figuratively and literally to lead civic engagement projects, which will contribute to the excessive growth of their community in concrete-based results.
Vu Duc HuyGLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
Fulbright University Vietnam
As a Global Fellow, I look forward to furthering the diversity and inclusion of the minority culture and tradition in the international area. I strive to expand my connection with other Global Fellows to contribute in the development of civic engagement courses for youth—from local to global impact.
Wisdom KaluGLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
Sophomore, Computer Science and Information Systems
As a global fellow, It is my heartfelt desire to help get engaged students from all across the world to steer the ship of civic engagement successfully through the challenges that will arise in the course of creating an impact. I look forward to working with various young leaders across the network with newly founded initiatives and to assist them in making the best out of their community engagement projects.
Roxanne DrewryGLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
Bard College Berlin
I am going into my fourth year, graduating with the Class of 2021 and as a Global Fellow. I look forward to creating a community that sees ways that the world can improve and will assist in making progress toward that vision.
Océanne FryGLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
Bard College Berlin
I look forward to growing my project of SHORE across other Bard network universities by finding related projects that we could adapt at Bard College Berlin, and sharing our materials to other students who could run donation drives and guest talks relating to migration and human rights.
Viktar FilipenkaGLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
European Humanities University
My ultimate goal is to help young leaders on their way of doing important things for society and their communities. I want to inspire them even more to continue developing their ideas and thoughts, and there is no better time than during such a mind-blowing, in a good way, event called Get Engaged: it's a step forward for everyone.
Kathy GawedaGLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
I attended the Get Engaged Conference in 2019 with my project [email protected] I am looking forward to meeting and getting to know all of our attendees this year and, of course, to get inspired by all of their incredible work. I am participating as a Global Fellow because I love the community that civic engagement, especially within our Bard network, creates and I want to provide whatever help I can throughout this lead-up to the conference and beyond.
Adeeb HadiGLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
Bard College Berlin
I look forward to establishing a film festival within the Bard network to allow students to share their films and to be an opportunity to open the door for cooperation among the students of the network.
Dilshod HamroboevGLOBAL ENGAGEMENT FELLOW
American University of Central Asia
Sophomore in International and Comparative Politics
As a Global Fellow, I am looking forward to broadening my network with other Bard partner universities and make a contribution to the Get Engaged Conference. Moreover, I wish to be able to develop an international project or research with other global fellows.