2014-15 Woodbridge Fellows
Isadora Italia, Woodbridge Fellow
Isadora supports and publicizes university internationalization efforts, particularly focusing on Latin America. She also manages web content for YaleGlobal Online and co-produces the Yale Global Perspectives videos series. While at Yale, Isadora worked at museums in New Haven and Washington, D.C, assisting arts education programs. She graduated with a B.A. in History of Art and in Italian from Yale University in May 2014.
Ifeanyi Awachie, Woodbridge Fellow
Ifeanyi supports the university’s Africa efforts. Before joining the Office of International Affairs, Ifeanyi helped coordinate President Barack Obama’s Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders at Yale. She created branding for the program, helped manage communications, and provided social and cultural opportunities to the participants. Ifeanyi also completed a documentary photography project in Nigeria, collecting over 1,000 images of contemporary life in the country, selections from which she showcased in multiple exhibits on campus. In May 2014, Ifeanyi graduated with a B.A. in English Language and Literature with a concentration in Writing from Yale University.
Related Facilities and Programs
The Maurice R. Greenberg Conference Center was constructed in 2008 through a generous gift from Maurice R. Greenberg to provide a facility to support conference activities of Yale’s schools and centers that have an international focus. The Center is self-supporting. Yale schools and individual faculty who wish to book the spaces should visit greenberg.yale.edu.
For information on the Yale Young Global Scholars, see http://globalscholars.yale.edu/.
For information on the Yale Publishing Course, see http://publishing-course.yale.edu/.