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Global Scholars Video Series

This series of video conversations offers a glimpse into the diverse backgrounds of Global Scholars—and into their hopes and dreams of making a positive impact in communities around the world.

Season One

In Their Voices

This season provides a collective portrait of Global Scholars in the newly arrived Class of 2023. Learn about their experience of growing up in developing countries, the moments that sparked their academic passions and professional ambitions—and the things that make them smile.

Eyasu (Dartmouth College ’23) talks about the human right to dream and how engineering can help people follow their dreams.

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Kinzang (UWM ’23) discusses the value of education and her efforts to gain knowledge that will prepare her to help others.

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Che (UWM ’23) shares his vision for expanding the renewable energy sector by changing public policy and improving infrastructure.

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Dary (Dartmouth ’23) discusses her interest in biology and how personal experience sparked a commitment to improving health care.

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Sifa (UWM '23) talks about her engineering studies and her desire to advance educational opportunities for girls.

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Laxman (Dartmouth '23) describes an accidental encounter that inspired his quest for academic achievement.

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Paul (UWM '23) talks about his social service work, which focuses on teaching STEM courses to young people.

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Catherine (Dartmouth '23) shares her vision for working at the intersection of education and poverty alleviation.

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Mubbie (Dartmouth '23) discusses his family, his upbringing in Nigeria, his life in college today, and his career goals.

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Belise (UWM ’23) talks about her passion for community building and her interest in industrial engineering.

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Lennox (UWM ’23) discusses his vision for pursuing community engagement through entrepreneurship and education technology.

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Rocio (Dartmouth ’23) describes her aspiration to increase educational access and to reduce gender violence.

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