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Current Archer Fellows

The following students are representing the UT Austin campus in fall 2013 and spring 2014.

Fall 2013

  • Natasha Ahmed, Communication Studies – Corporate Communication
  • Brenda Carrillo, Government
  • Kaitlyn Clark, Communication Studies – Political Communication
  • Jennifer Cloudt, American Studies; Psychology
  • Denise Forsthuber, International Relations & Global Studies
  • Darsso Paul Gache, Government
  • Lucy Griswold, Government
  • Richard Hand, Government
  • Holly Heinrich, Government
  • Mark Jbeily, Arabic Language and Literature; Government; Plan II
  • Nicole Lansford, Government
  • David Loewenberg, Government
  • Cassie Maneen, Government; Radio-TV-Film
  • Alan McQuinn, Communication Studies – Political Communication; Public Relations
  • Jordan Metoyer, Economics; Urban Studies
  • Jenna Milani, Government; History
  • Melina W. Montellanos, Management
  • Nathaniel D. Norris, Government
  • Charles Nwaogu, Arabic Language and Literature; Government
  • Sergio Plaza III, Government; Sociology
  • Shiv Rawal, Government; Plan II
  • Rebecca Rochman, Communication Studies – Political Communication; Public Relations
  • Rebekah Rodriguez, History; Sociology
  • Cortney Sanders, African & African Diaspora Studies; Government
  • Margaret Wellik, Plan II
  • Morgan E. Williams, Journalism – Broadcast

Spring 2014

  • Dudley Baker, Plan II
  • Jessica Cisneros, Government
  • Caroline Corcoran, French; Government; History
  • Danielle Corley, Plan II; Sociology
  • Jonathan Cramer-Cohen, Journalism
  • Cameron Crump, Economics
  • Kevin DeLuca, Economics; Psychology
  • Jessica Edmundson, Government; History
  • Alejandra Gaytan, English
  • Kali Lang, Government
  • Ahmed Mohamed, Economics
  • Emily Parker, International Relations & Global Studies
  • Alisha Patel, Government; Sociology
  • Farhana Rabbi, Government; International Relations & Global Studies
  • Garrett Riou, Social Work
  • Joseph Sorenson, Government; History
  • Robert Teas, Geography
  • Taylor Turner, Communication Studies – Political Communication; Journalism
  • Carly Vandegrift, Government; Marketing